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Replacement oil feed line-70mm MP turbo

Anyone know where I can get one? Dont care where its from just lookin for one quick, bad alternator wires arked a hole in mine. Dont feel like waiting a month for a response from on3

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got mine from race parts solutions. any length you need.


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would you know the fitting sizes off the top of your head? Would be nice to get one not so long as well, one with the on3 kit has prob a foot of unneeded length
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would you know the fitting sizes off the top of your head? Would be nice to get one not so long as well, one with the on3 kit has prob a foot of unneeded length
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would you know the fitting sizes off the top of your head? Would be nice to get one not so long as well, one with the on3 kit has prob a foot of unneeded length
my kit had -3 fittings, aand -3 feed line. the fittings are 1/8 npt x -3

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Anyone know where I can get one? Dont care where its from just lookin for one quick, bad alternator wires arked a hole in mine. Dont feel like waiting a month for a response from on3

wait a month from on3 thats funny..........







oh wait, its not at all.... smart move by you sir.

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lols still dont wana wait but confused on the size
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Ok I just measured a -3 and a -4 fitting for you to figure which one you have. Two kits I recieved last month from ON3 both have -4 feedlines and fittings in them but older ones could be different.

As measured on the male fitting at the threads:

-3 ~ .360" or ~ 3/8 "
-4 ~ .425" or ~ 7/16"

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Take your existing line to the Parker store in PHX. They will hook you up.

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I just made my own with the new black braided stuff. It's a -4. go to local speed shop and pick up a length of hose and put the ends on yourself
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I used an old nitrous feed line for my oil line.


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I used an old nitrous feed line for my oil line.
I have done this also in the past. -4 works great.

They say what goes up must come down but I ain't reached my cruising altitude.
Take a look at what I did but can you imagine what I'm about to do.
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Broke a fitting on the track and replaced the line with a nitrous line, has been working fine.

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Take your existing line to the Parker store in PHX. They will hook you up.
I love that place, and recc it also. I use the one on the westside right of the 10 and 43rd I belive is what it is.
The PHX one has a larger selection, but everything you need besides black line/fittings are at the west side store.

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no #### Ill have to pull it off and swing by there then bring keith shirtless lunch
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id like to have oil fittings period, i still havent got my oil fittings/lines yet

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id like to have oil fittings period, i still havent got my oil fittings/lines yet
Same here.
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it didnt bother me at first but now ive got everything ready to go on and its holding me back

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it didnt bother me at first but now ive got everything ready to go on and its holding me back
I wouldn't let that hold me up from finishing a project. Go to your local speed shop and get what you need..
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Anyone know where I can get one? Dont care where its from just lookin for one quick, bad alternator wires arked a hole in mine. Dont feel like waiting a month for a response from on3
Same thing happened to me, lit my engine bay on fire.

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Same thing happened to me, lit my engine bay on fire.
lol there was a small flame.... cool way to find out the turbo melted the alternator plug to hell
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We are prepping this car for a turbo setup. We tried this breeze automotive alternator bracket for the drivers side. I like it a lot better then my passenger mount near the turbo.

Still uses mechanical waterpump.

I have had plug wire issues on my car. I ended up using a Motorsports wire the second cylinder because for some reason the msd boot kept coming off.

As for the oil feed line, I have a piece of split rubber fuel hose around it all the way past the back of the alternator.

I guess I am lucky but we caught that thing arcing when working on the car.

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