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Old 07-19-2008, 02:27 AM   #1
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Default Oil feed to Turbo thread size?

Ordered alot of my lines/fittings/flanges and other parts for this complete rehaul in my oil cooling system and rememberd about that damn oil hard line on the bottom of my turbo that i hate with a passion.

Was going with Arizona performan -10an block adapter and the MDC oil drain/feed turbo adapter ( wish AZP would finish there turbo adapter flange ) Dont like the idea of buying one of the kits becuase i want to use Aeroquip steel braided hose and hose ends.

So my question is whats the thread size on the block for the oil feed line that goes to the turbo. I am guessing its 12mm but have no way of finding out if i will be ordering the right part or not. Please help
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Old 07-23-2008, 07:02 AM   #2
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Found this over on Supramania complements of Reign_Maker


Fitting sizes...

Oil feed from block: M12 X 1.25 (-4AN)

Water feed from neck: 9919DFG (Earl's) Top of water neck is 1/4 NPT (may have to tap it)

Water return to neck: M14 X 1.5 (-6AN)

Turbo inlet/outlet water: 981666 (Earl's?)

Fuel rail inlet: M14 X 1.5 (-8AN or -6AN)

Fuel rail return: M12 X 1.25 (-6AN)
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Old 07-24-2008, 02:29 PM   #3
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are there still kits out there? last i heard, suprasport said MDC went out of business and were no longer making the flanges. never heard of AZP though.
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Old 07-28-2008, 11:41 AM   #4
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yea AZP makes the kit as well as rabidchimp
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AZP doesn't seem to have it up, and RabidChimp says you have to bore into the oil pan for some reason or another. I'll have to call and see what they say i guess. Thank you!
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Old 07-29-2008, 12:43 PM   #6
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Your looking at the kit for use with the 5mge/6mge engines and not the 7mgte....

MK2SUP-RCP-7MCT26OLK < thats the one you want
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LOL I didn't scroll the page down Thank you, I'm gonna order today most likely haha.
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no problem i opted to make my own lines but the kit certainly makes it easier

AZP sells the drain block flange.. and Driftmotion Garage >> Welcome sells mdc's turbo drain/feed flange

and then you can make your own lines from aeroquip or who ever else
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I thought I was limited to MDC's kit honestly, but as they aren't selling one of the flanges anymore I was stuck.

RabidChimp's kit...that tiny piece in the center of the picture threads into where the banjo bolt is now, for the smaller line? That's the only place I can see it fitting, but it certainly seems small.
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Old 07-29-2008, 04:23 PM   #10
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its only a -4an fitting for the oil feed.

It threads into the silver flange to the left of it. and if u can see on the end of the -4an oil line that threads into the block

Either that way or vice versa heh
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