7M POWAH! baby ;)
Wow. All that is required is a 10. You just like to do things big don't ya Suse.suprra_girl said:well... i was wondering if a -12 straight would fit between my block & manifold, i don't believe it will
all is -12 in the pic
i have to get my oil temp sensor welded into the sump as well anyhow... so i'll just get it done
Thanks for your input, i really appreciate it
It is purely gravitational. Consider for one that the supply is only -3 to -4AN and the drain is 10 or 12 in Susie's case. The little bit of pressure supplied by the smaller intake hose has to supply the pressure for the seal in the turbo and does not take a direct route to the drain.disturbed1 said:whys isnt oil getting pushed out the drain - if its comming in under pressure it must be forced out but the incomming oil - mass flow continnuity. i dont beleve its purely a gravity effect. im having alot of trouble with my drain at the mmt, the angle of the greedy manifold/ebay manifold is fucked
Suprawill1 said:Wow. All that is required is a 10. You just like to do things big don't ya Suse.
BTW, aren't you celebrating a b'day sometime around now?
Yeah Suze. You've been checked.suprra_girl said:lol my turbo tech was adamant on -4 in and -12 out hehe
and i didn't do everything big i chose the t04b compressor cover instead of t04e just to annoy ppl hehe.... they would assume it wouldn't be capable of much till i rip out 400whp
wow.. you guys amaze me... how do you know my b'day is comin soon..
oh i know... you were checkin me out weren't ya...
on my profile lol
yea my b'day is on the 17th
hopefully all the stuff i've bought recently will arrive for my b'day... that'd be cool
no ma'am. the oil will pool up in the lowest point....it MIGHT work for a while, but chances are you will end up blowing a seal because the oil has nowhere to go.suprra_girl said: