I was inspired for my DIY setup by a similar article in MM&FF that came out a number of years ago. Saved the issue since it was such a cool idea.
Brakeline is pretty common to use as an oil feed. In an good auto parts store you can find connectors that go from brakeline ends to ntp. Use 3/16 brakeline and find nice restrictive connectors. I use these 90 degree ones that have a pretty small hole in them. You don't want to force too much oil in the turbo.
You can run a turbo setup with just a calibrated maf, a fp regulator and injectors. With no tune, 30# seem a little on the light side. But if you search moovs on here, he is running 36# injectors with like 600 hp. 36-42# should do the trick. I ran the following combos on the dyno:
19# injectors, fmu, 140 or 190 lph pump-made 310/480 but had to cut the run off at 3300 rpm due to lack of fuel (a/f rising sharply)-the pump could not supply both pressure and volume. Added an inline pump but then ditched the fmu and...
42# injectors, pmas maf, fp reg, 255 lph pump-made 398/490-run went to completion but a/f was super rich between 3000-4500
42# injectors, pmas maf, fp reg, 255 lph pump, chip plus dynotune-made 426/522-run went to completion perfect a/f thruout (sitting on 12:1)
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