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Hahaha nice you'll love it!
 

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Hell yeah!! Wish i could have that kind of news haha
 

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Well its here and I was installing but I'm missing the turbo drain extension. Fml
 

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Go get one from autozone ;)
 

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I would but its a special adapter. It should have been in the HTT kit but oh well, stuff happens.
 

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i would convert it to a flexable line...you will thank me later
 

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What kind of line did you use? Silicone? what about hose clamps, just use regular ones and hope they don't loosen up.
 

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get a ss braided line....the adapter for the turbo and block are out there for sale somewhere alot cheaper than PPE. Would just have to search for em.

Someone had em pre made for sale on DD....just cant remember who it was.
 

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Wastegated is better, especially if you are maxing out the turbo, but a lot more money. I have a stock fuel system so I'll be good.
 

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Used hose for the drain, makes life a lot easier.
 

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Kervin......

that hose is heat resistant right?
 

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Idk, I just used some blue heater hose we had laying around. Why?
 

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lol that pedestal gets pretty damn hot...might wanna hit up autozone and at least gets some high heat hose wrap....

Burning a hole in that line wouldn't be good.

Or is it temp?
 

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I kid, I kid. lol It's actually super expensive, high temp, oil rated hose. Should last forever but even if I have to replace it every 5 years I can live with that.
 

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lol was gonna say...i still might add the hose protection to keep it from rubbing......little extra protection and may help with heat soaking into the hose and making oil hotter
 
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