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post #1 of 8 Old 07-08-2009, 01:26 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow Quick question about my Quicktime turbo drain..PICS..QTK owners come in!

Finally getting around to getting my Quicktime turbo kit together and just want to make sure on something....The 2 bolt flange gets bolted to the bottom of the turbo, then the blue fitting on the left is screwed into that, which is connected to the braided line, the end of the line connects to the blue fitting on the right then that screws to the gold fitting on the very right, which is then threaded into the pan...correct?

And anybody where these bolts go....
Assuming the 4 thats together hold the turbo to the flange...
2 of the 6 with the lock washers bolt the aluminum flange to the bottom of the turbo and the 4 of the 6 hold the intercooler brackets to the intercooler? and the 2 self tapping screws secure 2 of the intercooler brackets to the car chassis?
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post #2 of 8 Old 07-08-2009, 06:41 AM
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That all sounds right to me. You must have been one of the lucky ones if you received all that hardware with your kit, I wasn't as fortunate!!


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Correct - and the 4 on the far right are for mounting the turbo IIRC


I was also fortunate in receiving all of my hardware. One thing to check tho - make sure the weld on the turbo header where the crossover tube connects is a good weld. Mine pulled apart last night on me - not a crack, it just looks like that weld wasn't melded very well. I'll post pics later when I take it apart.

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Yeahh, well lucky for me I bought it off a friend and he had bought it from the original buyer that got it from QTK, like a year or longer ago when they were doing good and replying to people still.

Can't wait to get this thing on and tuned...


Should I use any sealer or teflon tape on any threads? I would assume no since they have a that machined fit on the inside and some have tapered threads but just checking......
Also was thinking about getting a bead of weld around that fitting when I get it in the pan to make sure it's tight and won't leak.

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I used teflon tape on the AN fittings, also used rtv gold silicone on that alum piece that bolts to turbo drain and on the fitting that threads into oil pan.

No leaks.

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teflon past on all the NPT threads, light coat of oil on the AN fittings.

definitely have the oil drain fitting welded to the pan.
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Now thinkin about just putting in a hole for the fitting then getting it welded instead of the punch and tap deal although it couldnt hurt so it could hold the fitting tight while its getting welded

How about the flange that bolts to the bottom of the turbo, I don't have a gasket for it, should I use one or just use sealer?

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