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Old 10-16-2009, 08:37 AM   #1
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T25 to Td04 what all do i need

i have the Td04 and the inlit pipe what other parts will i need? i also have some of the coolant lines from the turbo. are the coolant lines all the same? oil line?
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M I the only guy ever to put a td04 in to a 900/93 ?
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no, but it's been covered multiple times before. I've done it, but I can't remember what exactly i used to make it work, most recently I just made up some braided stainless lines with an fittings and used metric to an adapters to get it all together.

a search would be most prudent.
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you need all the hard lines from the td04.
you need all new crush washers for the banjo bolts.
you need the o-ring for the intake pipe, too.

past that, you're all set.

you may want to buy new studs for the turbo->manifold, and turbo->downpipe.
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You actually don't need any new hard lines at all. Earl's makes some 12mm banjo bolts that will adapt the T25 lines to the TD04 perfectly. They have a slight shoulder at the top that centers the 14mm lines on the bolt. You can get the entire oil drain assembly from eEuroparts if you look in the turbocharger section for a 2000 9-5 Aero. That will make your life a whole lot easier since it also includes the smaller diameter pipe that fits in the oil pan. Also invest in some decent crush washers. I had several small leaks on mine, and finally used the "puffy" types that actually do crush when you tighten the bolts. They sealed much better than the standard flat copper types. I did use the aluminum flat crush washers that the Earl's banjo bolts came with, though. They worked fine. You'll have to figure out the best way to adapt the air intake. I used Taliaferro's very nice polished aluminum adapter pipe, but I know others have found cheaper methods, too.
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My friend did it. And he used the upper 9000 turbo charge pipe rubber coupling as a 90* intake hose off the compressor... up to his intake. Will see if I can find some pics.
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All the hard lines bolt right on. The only thing you WILL need is the TD04 oil drain hose since it is a different size than the T25 one. And trust me; one startup with the T25 drain hose on a TD04 ended in oil on the floor.
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