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Old 12-15-2015, 02:47 PM   #1
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Oil leak

I found an oil leak that just won't stop dripping. Its not much but enough that it drives me crazy.

The T used to hook put the factory oil pressure to the oil feed has a non stop leak and i want to remove the T entirely. I've seen people use the Subaru OEM Oil Galley Plug with an AN Male to NPT Male.

The oil line looks long enough to relocate the oil feed but I just need someone to review my parts list.

I'm using Full Blown Motorsports turbo kit.


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http://www.rallysportdirect.com/shop...FYUWHwodKzgOlw

Russell 660420 - Russell AN Male to NPT Male Adapter Fittings
http://www.jegs.com/i/Russell/799/66...Fc4XHwod_1YJvw
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Yea that's what we did, I don't have the FBM kit, same concept though, however if you are running a precision Ball Bearing turbo, I would urge you to run a -3AN feed line. If it is not a precision ball bearing turbo then carry on. Make sure to use some RTV? (Gray silicone shit) on the threads that go into the block.

Also, don't hesitate to call LJ @FullBlown he is an extremely patient guy!


This is how it is on mine http://screencast.com/t/wRSmVsM7fN6
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Thanks. Go to find out there is a seal/washer that is crushed between the plug and the block and I have that on order to, should be here today.

I also want to install check valves on the brake booster and evap. I see a lot of people are doing it but no one is listing parts. I give somebody business if they could point me in the right direction.
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I found an oil leak that just won't stop dripping. Its not much but enough that it drives me crazy.

The T used to hook put the factory oil pressure to the oil feed has a non stop leak and i want to remove the T entirely. I've seen people use the Subaru OEM Oil Galley Plug with an AN Male to NPT Male.

The oil line looks long enough to relocate the oil feed but I just need someone to review my parts list.

I'm using Full Blown Motorsports turbo kit.


Subaru OEM Oil Galley Plug
http://www.rallysportdirect.com/shop...FYUWHwodKzgOlw

Russell 660420 - Russell AN Male to NPT Male Adapter Fittings
http://www.jegs.com/i/Russell/799/66...Fc4XHwod_1YJvw


Outfront Motorsports makes a 1 piece stainless unit that will keep you from having another connection stainless oring seal I have 0 problems with mine since install pushing over 120 psi at times
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Jesus, That was such a pain in the ass with a turbo blocking everything. Getting the oil pressure sensor back in and tight was time consuming. The new barb next to the AC was easy. I didn't even have to remove the AC compressor. Check Valves was all in-stock at Advanced Auto Parts. cut, slip, tighten clamps & done.

So far everything looks dry.

Now i'm waiting on the next project of parts to come in. "Mishimoto" 2015 WRX oil cooler and Subaru WRX factory oil/water heat exchanger. I'm going to have to fab a bracket in front of the intercooler or something. Not sure yet.
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