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    Hey guys Davey here,

    I have made up a guide on how to convert to turbo using which ever 4age. I want to help people out as much as I can so its easy to go through for anyone. Not sure if I have missed anything or not? Suggestions on content? Have I missed anything?

    check it out and let me know what you think or if you have any questions post here so I can update the site with more info.

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    awesome info ! thanks for that!!

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    Thanks Davey!

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    Hey Dave, by any chance do you know how to rotate the core of a t28bb, so the oil return will be facing down on a high mount manifold? I've done the front housing just unsure of the core, any info would be awesome.

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    Hey mate. Losen the volts as much as you can till it hits the housing then lots of wd40 around it and put it in the vice and try to work the core. It's hard but can be done. I also had to do it and even at the track lol good fun!
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    That's what I had been trying, I'll have a cup of concrete and give it another crack, cheers davey.

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    Also another question, with the oil feed, I have read some people putting in a restricter, but you haven't on yours, is it just a matter of the size of braided line you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 86TRD View Post
    Also another question, with the oil feed, I have read some people putting in a restricter, but you haven't on yours, is it just a matter of the size of braided line you use?
    Depending on the hole diameter in the core,you won't need a restrictor in the hose. Have a look on Nissan Silvia with regards to aftermarket turbo feed lines etc. On mine (evo td05) the restriction is in the hose or originally in the banjo of the solid tube oil feed.
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    The turbo we had was not a ball bearing turbo so we didn't need it. Also what marco said haha
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