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Old 05-09-2008, 08:07 AM   #1
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oil return line for td04 swap

http://eeuroparts.com/productdetail....s=1&code=10718
i think this part will work if you get a t7 td04. i just ordered one but it is on back order so when it comes in ill let you guys know how it goes. any one try this?
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Old 05-11-2008, 09:41 PM   #2
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I'm definitely interested to see what they send you. I didn't know about that whole kit and bought just the hose and the oil pan pipe a couple of weeks ago. Just those two parts cost me around $70.
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Old 05-12-2008, 03:21 AM   #3
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yeah im interested as well... im having serious oil leak issues.
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its on backorder. next week i should have it.
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do you know if the kit comes with a gasket?
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im not sure, i just saw it and thought it sounded like it might be worth a try. i called them today and it should ship friday so ill have it sat. or mon. ill post pictures when it comes in and then after i install it.
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well its been 3 months and i got around to doing this.








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That link eeuro no longer works... Any idea what the part number was?
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Nice to not have a leaky setup there eh?

That an oversized wix filter on there? I think the one I usually buy has a different #.
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That link eeuro no longer works... Any idea what the part number was?
its just the oil return kit for any t7 with a td04.


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Nice to not have a leaky setup there eh?

That an oversized wix filter on there? I think the one I usually buy has a different #.
very nice!! no more spots on the driveway

the filter is a 1515 which i think its 51515 for wix's part #. its big! my car holds 6qts. of oil.
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No part number?

Did the kit come with the pipe, clamps and hose?
All I can find is this one:
http://www.eeuroparts.com/Main/PartD...spx?id=9180514
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http://www.eeuroparts.com/Main/PartD...spx?id=9179334

I think that was what he was talking about.
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I think that was what he was talking about.
you got it!
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Cool. Though I have a question of my own


My brother and I did a TD04 swap on his NG, the oil return pipe made for a wicked close fit. We had to cut off some of the end and it looks really weird. It doesn't leak a whole lot, maybe just enough to cover it, but there was about a 1/2 inch to about 1/4 inch of space between the oil return on the engine and turbo.


It works, but I want to know how every one else did it. We also tried to use the return pipe that fit into the oil pan, but it was too small.
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Cool. Though I have a question of my own


My brother and I did a TD04 swap on his NG, the oil return pipe made for a wicked close fit. We had to cut off some of the end and it looks really weird. It doesn't leak a whole lot, maybe just enough to cover it, but there was about a 1/2 inch to about 1/4 inch of space between the oil return on the engine and turbo.


It works, but I want to know how every one else did it. We also tried to use the return pipe that fit into the oil pan, but it was too small.
you could do this
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Old 08-18-2008, 09:27 PM   #16
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I used the factory oil pan fitting and hose for the TD04 and a TD04 drain fitting I got on eBay, held together with two lined hose clamps (the type that won't cut silicone hose). They all fit together fine and hasn't leaked a drop in over a month. It's much better than the hose-in-a-hose setup I had before.
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I used the factory oil pan fitting and hose for the TD04 and a TD04 drain fitting I got on eBay, held together with two lined hose clamps (the type that won't cut silicone hose). They all fit together fine and hasn't leaked a drop in over a month. It's much better than the hose-in-a-hose setup I had before.
was it cheaper on ebay than eeuro? that might be better for some people.
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Old 08-19-2008, 06:39 PM   #18
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No, it's cheaper to buy the entire oil drain assembly from eEuroparts. It's considerably more expensive to just buy the hose and oil pan fitting, but I didn't know about the whole kit at the time.
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Old 08-19-2008, 09:17 PM   #19
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Is the oil pan fitting different on a OG93 then it is on an NG? The oil pan drain pipe that came with my brothers TD04 (out of an 03 93SE) was like too small and would almost fall back into the oil pan.

Where the 95s any different?
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Old 08-20-2008, 09:50 AM   #20
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i wouldnt see they they would make a new one just for that.
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