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Old 03-22-2009, 10:39 AM   #1
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Default some hose Q's

Mostly with blow off/wastegate and turbo.


Trying to fab up to see where the EWG is going to sit and I was wondering, or reasuring my self of where the hoses go.

The Tial has 2 hose connections. Top = Boost controller, but does the side hole tie back into the turbo.

So attach one hose from blow off to a "T" which goes to the turbo and a boost gauge.

Another "T" to go to the EWG top or bottom or both?


Also any one else add heat shielding to the wires after moving them around a bit for extra protection? (main wiring harness)

Thanks
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Old 03-23-2009, 03:10 AM   #2
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Mostly with blow off/wastegate and turbo.


Trying to fab up to see where the EWG is going to sit and I was wondering, or reasuring my self of where the hoses go.

The Tial has 2 hose connections. Top = Boost controller, but does the side hole tie back into the turbo.

So attach one hose from blow off to a "T" which goes to the turbo and a boost gauge.

Another "T" to go to the EWG top or bottom or both?


Also any one else add heat shielding to the wires after moving them around a bit for extra protection? (main wiring harness)

Thanks
go to tial's website and it shows a diagram of what to do. ill explain it here anyways

for the ewg - top can be left unhooked if you dont have a boost controller. if you do have a boost controller the top is hooked to the boost controller and the in side to your solenoid or mbc is connected to the turbo compressor housing nipple

lower hose connection is connected to the compressor housing nipple if you have no boost controller, if you do have boost controller the lower connection is connected to the intercooler pipe before the throttle body

for your bov and boost gauge - you get the vacuum hose connections off the intake manifold nipples. if you dont have enough nipples on the manifold left or want a cleaner install, buy a vacuum manifold (look that up on ebay and ull see 3 or so companies that make one)
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Old 03-23-2009, 07:51 PM   #3
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Which are the 2 hoses that are connected to the block and to my cobb CAI if you know what I mean, I think those can also go to a catch can for blow by. Breather tubes?


Also since I took out the cruise I could use that hose for both correct or does each one (gauge and Blow off) need seperate vav sources

Thanks Master c

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Old 03-25-2009, 06:35 PM   #4
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Might aswell post another q in here.


Does any know of any problems people have had with the oil return line into the oil pan really heating up the oil since it goes right by the header. Might have to make a dyi heat sheild around that to help out.
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Which are the 2 hoses that are connected to the block and to my cobb CAI if you know what I mean, I think those can also go to a catch can for blow by. Breather tubes?


Also since I took out the cruise I could use that hose for both correct or does each one (gauge and Blow off) need seperate vav sources

Thanks Master c
the hoses that go to the cai are pcv/breather - you can setup a catch can setup for those. search nasioc for pcv setups and many of the threads have diagrams.

the cruise nipple will be fine - you can T the gauge and bov into that nipple
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Old 03-25-2009, 11:41 PM   #6
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Might aswell post another q in here.


Does any know of any problems people have had with the oil return line into the oil pan really heating up the oil since it goes right by the header. Might have to make a dyi heat sheild around that to help out.
i have an oil pan from one of the old RS turbo kits , i believe its the FAT turbo kit. try and ask around on the RS club for something like that or build your own. just make sure your up-pipe is wrapped and you shouldnt have any probs
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Old 03-29-2009, 02:13 PM   #7
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Yea think I am going to get some heat sleeves and put that on the oil return and make a small stainless steal heat shield. The down is wrapped :P

One more week and most of this should be done! Time permitting at work of ocurse
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