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Old 11-30-2007, 03:09 AM   #1
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GT28 to NG900 wtaer and oil lines

Ive brought a 2nd hand GT28, does anyone have a link to where the water and oil lines got on the turbo and engine? I have the 2.0 FTP engine. I dont wat to get it wrong
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Old 12-03-2007, 10:13 AM   #2
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anyone? I need to know off someone who has fitted one of these to their NG900.

Im starting the westfield/saab turbo project next week, so I could really do with knowing whick pipe is what.

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The oil and water lines alternate on the turbo, follow the stock line to the oil pan/pump and the line opposite that is the oil feed, the other two are water.

Youll know as soon as you pull the old turbo off too, you cant really confuse water and oil - just make a note of it then if your uncertain.
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Maybe i'm confused here, water lines are on the front and back, you can follow them to the block, and oil lines are on the top and bottom. Look at the largest hole in the center of the turbo, that's the oil return line. From there you can figure out what all of the lines are, They're the same for the turbo that's on your car now, so you should be able to see where they come from.
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Old 12-03-2007, 10:17 AM   #5
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Yea, what I was saying is if the CHRA is looked at as a box, the lines will be like so:

---O---
W---W
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ya i was responding to his post not yours coop, wasn't sure what information he was looking for exactly...
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Old 12-03-2007, 10:34 AM   #7
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Cheers for the very quick responce, the info I need is what you have supplied ( I hope ) The bottom one is sorted as its the oil return, so the one directly above will also be oil? does it matter which water hoses got to the blocks water? Ive got the old turbo but its plumbed different.
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Its gravity fed so make sure you match the higher water feed from the engine with the higher of the two water holes on the turbo, and the lower of the two water holes on the turbo with the lower hole on the engine.
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Thats just the answer I was after, cheers
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