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05-28-2008 07:06 AM
GenuineSaab But this will all do lots better when we can get a cooler oil thermostat...

Also you have to watch getting too much oil trapped in the cooler. When the thermostat opens you get a large percentage of cold oil back into the system.
05-28-2008 07:03 AM
NahumCC I'll admit I'm scared to try anything on it since its my only car and a banjo bolt isn't solid all the way through which is the reason I'd rather let a shop do it. That way if they mess it up its there liability.

05-28-2008 06:49 AM
jonny72888 i dont care,its kinda on topic.
did you try those bolt removers? i think sears makes them.
05-27-2008 07:57 PM
adshaft Ok, hope the garage can remove it clean for you.

Sorry Jonny72888 don't mean to thread jack.
05-27-2008 07:38 PM
Originally Posted by adshaft View Post
Did you also sell them?
No I bought them from Mcrowley when he decided not to put them on his NG. So I bought them and then bought the material to make the oil line. Then I found I couldn't remove the old oil line when I went to start swapping it all around when the bolt was rounded . So for now they have been sitting in a nice little box in my car.

05-27-2008 07:35 PM
adshaft Did you also sell them?
05-27-2008 07:31 PM
NahumCC I wish I had my/adshafts old ss lines installed on my td04. Come another monday I know of a local shop thats gonna get to deal with my rounded off banjo bolt at the oil filter bracket. That way if they break it they can buy me a new brakcet and do all the moving of parts. I'm so ready to be done with having an oil leak down there.

05-27-2008 06:40 PM
adshaft No I'm not running it yet, was in my future plans though.
05-27-2008 05:40 PM
jonny72888 ya, i like it. what do you use for your mixture? where did you put the tank on your car?
05-27-2008 03:20 PM
adshaft Coool... see you're running Snow Performance as well?
05-27-2008 03:13 PM
Oil Cooler Install

well yesterday i got the oil cooler in and my new AN line on.
here are some pictures.

had to move the horn

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