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Old Yesterday, 09:03 AM   #1
svynx
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Hybrid build (not important). What is important is that I am using a 2007 STi oil pan, and reusing the 2.0 dip stick and dip stick tube. Being that this is a brand new engine, and not having any oil in it, can I put a full 5 quarts in and mark the dip stick for the new "full" line? My thinking is this: on normal oil changes, my current motor usually took a hair under 5 quarts to get to the filled line while warm. So, considering the amount of oil left in the passageways/head/filter..., I'd say a good 5 to 5.5 quarts total. If I drop 5 quarts in the pan, mark the stick with the new line, I should be good to use that line.
Am I correct? (I am trying to find a STi stick and tube without buying new, but if none surface before Friday, I'm finishing the assembly)
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Old Yesterday, 09:43 AM   #2
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Yes, you can do that

The difference between the OEM stated 2.5L oil capacity and the 5 quarts you want to use is 0.2 quarts.

The dipstick and dipstick tube are not that expensive
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I re used my ej20 tube on a ej25 pan and stick.
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