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    Turbo ADY, Because.

    Heya all, as some of you may know, I own a mk3 2.slow but I want to make it a 2.turboslow. I intend to do the install myself and am sort of putting together a basket of stuff I'm going to need, I have some questions firstly, adding a fitting to the oil pan for the return line aside from the obvious drill a hole, thread/tap said hole and jam a fitting onto it, is there a specific place on the pan I should aim for so as to not hit the pickup. I'm also told I need a high-pressure oil source of some description where might I find this?

    Let the hate begin.

    Thanks in advance,

    Rohan.

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    What computer will be using to run fuel and ignition?

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    Sounds like a fun project.
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    Oil return bung higher than the oil level. Bung sits on the outside so won't be any internal clearance issues.

    Feed line off the oil filter housing. 42dd sell adapter kits for this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water Boy View Post
    What computer will be using to run fuel and ignition?
    Looking at using the stock ECU (not a fan of this idea). I'm fairly new to all this and know very little about ECU brands and what is good in that respect. Any suggestions are appreciated.

    Thanks in advance,

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    Quote Originally Posted by HaydEn View Post
    Oil return bung higher than the oil level. Bung sits on the outside so won't be any internal clearance issues.

    Feed line off the oil filter housing. 42dd sell adapter kits for this
    Thanks mate, might get it done professionally, not a terribly good aim with a drill.

    Regards,

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    So heres a question Im fairly sure I know the answer to buttttt has anyone ever put a t25 on an ady? Because I have the opportunity to get one cheap as chips.

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    Hey Mate,
    did this ever eventuate?
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    Why not pop on a Toyota supercharger, just have to make up a bracket to mount it and no exhaust to worry about. I put one on the Corrado after the 2nd G-Lader blew up and it works great. You could also source a G60 ecu from O/S to drive it.
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