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Old 11-02-2020, 02:20 AM   #1919
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Can someone send a link for the oil feed fitting for this kit?
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Old 12-30-2020, 03:33 PM   #1920
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Can someone send a link for the oil feed fitting for this kit?
Do you need to purchase a new one? When I have had to replace some small parts, I just email Lee@Avo and he sends me a quote. I wish I could be more help. Here is the install instructions, it may have it in here.

https://1drv.ms/b/s!AqNyDKYrTZqLg58-...izTMw?e=aYN3oB
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Okay yeah, the installation manual has it as 12x1.25mm oil fitting.

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AqNyDKYrTZqLhNQJ...mPDlw?e=Ue9D9H
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Not sure if itís been answered yet but Iím mid install and Iím not sure how to go about flattening the radiator support beam. Are ppl just hammering if flat or cutting off the lip? If hammering what are you putting behind it while you hit it?
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Old 08-20-2021, 02:05 PM   #1923
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Smoke Problem On Start Up After Hard Drive AVO Turbo

Hi guys, New to the page so hello.

I've purchased a Toyota 86 GTS 2012 model a while back and the previous owner had already installed an AVO turbo I believe in 2013. For the first year or so the turbo was doing great and everything was fine. The turbo still performs very well and there aren't any issues with the turbo itself but I do seem to be having some sort of issue where if I drive the car too hard it will punch out a large cloud of white smoke. I've seen many theories as to why this could be but wanted to know if anyone else had a similar issue with their avo turbo.

If I drive the car normally and don't go too hard on the car it won't punch out smoke when turned on the next day. If I put the car in sport mode and foot to the floor I will most definitely expect to see the smoke in the morning.

If anyone has any reason to why this is I would love to hear your thoughts and how I could fix this issue.

Some information about the smoke itself. The smoke is definitely not condensation, the smoke will linga in the air and does not smell sweet the smoke smells like burning oil and will exit through the exhaust pipe on Startup. To my knowledge, the Turbo does not smoke when accelerating. The colour of this smoke looks White but can have a tint of blue in it.
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Hi guys, New to the page so hello.

I've purchased a Toyota 86 GTS 2012 model a while back and the previous owner had already installed an AVO turbo I believe in 2013. For the first year or so the turbo was doing great and everything was fine. The turbo still performs very well and there aren't any issues with the turbo itself but I do seem to be having some sort of issue where if I drive the car too hard it will punch out a large cloud of white smoke. I've seen many theories as to why this could be but wanted to know if anyone else had a similar issue with their avo turbo.

If I drive the car normally and don't go too hard on the car it won't punch out smoke when turned on the next day. If I put the car in sport mode and foot to the floor I will most definitely expect to see the smoke in the morning.

If anyone has any reason to why this is I would love to hear your thoughts and how I could fix this issue.

Some information about the smoke itself. The smoke is definitely not condensation, the smoke will linga in the air and does not smell sweet the smoke smells like burning oil and will exit through the exhaust pipe on Startup. To my knowledge, the Turbo does not smoke when accelerating. The colour of this smoke looks White but can have a tint of blue in it.
Engine is tired, time for an overhaul. How many turbo miles does it have?
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Hi guys, New to the page so hello.

I've purchased a Toyota 86 GTS 2012 model a while back and the previous owner had already installed an AVO turbo I believe in 2013. For the first year or so the turbo was doing great and everything was fine. The turbo still performs very well and there aren't any issues with the turbo itself but I do seem to be having some sort of issue where if I drive the car too hard it will punch out a large cloud of white smoke. I've seen many theories as to why this could be but wanted to know if anyone else had a similar issue with their avo turbo.

If I drive the car normally and don't go too hard on the car it won't punch out smoke when turned on the next day. If I put the car in sport mode and foot to the floor I will most definitely expect to see the smoke in the morning.

If anyone has any reason to why this is I would love to hear your thoughts and how I could fix this issue.

Some information about the smoke itself. The smoke is definitely not condensation, the smoke will linga in the air and does not smell sweet the smoke smells like burning oil and will exit through the exhaust pipe on Startup. To my knowledge, the Turbo does not smoke when accelerating. The colour of this smoke looks White but can have a tint of blue in it.

check pcv valve


do you have catch cans ??
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check pcv valve


do you have catch cans ??
from what my mechanic told me I do. my understanding is that the car has got the standard catch can that comes with the turbo kit (located in the top right corner next to the battery, see picture attached).

I can get better photos if needed.

ill check the pcv valve and see what's up. What would I be looking for?
oil in valve?
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from what my mechanic told me I do. my understanding is that the car has got the standard catch can that comes with the turbo kit (located in the top right corner next to the battery, see picture attached).

I can get better photos if needed.

ill check the pcv valve and see what's up. What would I be looking for?
oil in valve?

pcv should be one way valve sometime crap gets stuck in them and they leak both directions


if your runnig over abot 7 psi you probably want a STI or wrx pcv valv or other aftermarket valve mode for boost e as the stock na pcv wasnt meant for boost
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Hi guys, New to the page so hello.

I've purchased a Toyota 86 GTS 2012 model a while back and the previous owner had already installed an AVO turbo I believe in 2013. For the first year or so the turbo was doing great and everything was fine. The turbo still performs very well and there aren't any issues with the turbo itself but I do seem to be having some sort of issue where if I drive the car too hard it will punch out a large cloud of white smoke. I've seen many theories as to why this could be but wanted to know if anyone else had a similar issue with their avo turbo.

If I drive the car normally and don't go too hard on the car it won't punch out smoke when turned on the next day. If I put the car in sport mode and foot to the floor I will most definitely expect to see the smoke in the morning.

If anyone has any reason to why this is I would love to hear your thoughts and how I could fix this issue.

Some information about the smoke itself. The smoke is definitely not condensation, the smoke will linga in the air and does not smell sweet the smoke smells like burning oil and will exit through the exhaust pipe on Startup. To my knowledge, the Turbo does not smoke when accelerating. The colour of this smoke looks White but can have a tint of blue in it.
Plenty of situations can cause oil in the exhaust. You say there isnít a problem with the turbo itself. How do you know? Because it builds boost? If so, it could still be a problem with the turbo. See below:

https://www.motionraceworks.com/blog...r-turbo-smokes
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