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Old 11-15-2011, 06:03 PM   #1
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i had my aps 20g turbo off to get the wastegate hole ported. during reinstall i over tightened the oil feed line banjo bolt and it snapped in half. i have searched forums for info and checked out forcedperformance and blouch and atp websites for banjo bolts and i cant find anything. when i find a banjo bolt remotely the right size the hole for the oil is huge(the aps banjo bolt was tiny). aps no longer supports the usa and ive called aps vendors and they tell me they have nothing and cant help. subarus stock banjo is too small. any help is appreciated!!

where can i find a 17mm head banjo bolt?
does the size of the hole in the bolt for the oil matter for my turbos performance and longevity?
can i use the banjo bolt for the avcs without the screen on my turbo? it seems to be the right size
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Old 11-15-2011, 06:07 PM   #2
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ive normally seen subaru turbos are either 10x1.5 or 12x1.5 banjo bolts.
stock is 10x1.5. my slowboy racing turbo banjo bolt was a 12x1.5
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Old 11-15-2011, 10:21 PM   #3
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Didn't know subaru had 2 sizes. Td04 and vf have different sizes? Ill have to call dealership up than and check out part numbers and sizes
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Old 11-15-2011, 10:32 PM   #4
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The hole on the turbo banjo bolt is much smaller than the avcs line.

That being said, i think some aftermarket turbos require you to use a different banjo bolt with a larger hole or it will be starved of oil. (FP)

This is the one for stock turbos though:

http://www.subarupartsforyou.com/cp_...p?partid=16090

Part No.: 15194AA110

edit: just re-read your post and saw that you said the stock banjo is too small, but i'll leave that part number JIC someone else is searching for banjo bolt.
(also known as 'union screw')

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Old 11-15-2011, 10:54 PM   #5
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Didn't know subaru had 2 sizes. Td04 and vf have different sizes? Ill have to call dealership up than and check out part numbers and sizes
No. Stock Subaru turbos are all 10x1.5. But some aftermarket turbos are 12x1.5.
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Did you get this fixed? I'm looking for the same part.
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im also trying to figure this out. i need a bango bolt an -3 fitting for the oil feed line on a gt3076r
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Old 10-04-2012, 11:26 AM   #8
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im also trying to figure this out. i need a bango bolt an -3 fitting for the oil feed line on a gt3076r
Most oil supply lines are -4 an.

Banjo bolt is usually 10 x 1.5, 12 x 1.25, or 12 x 1.5. Most people who can help would need to know what size you need as there are way to many turbo's on the market many of us have not even seen.

The round part that goes on the banjo bolt is called a banjo adapter. It is the part that has the -4 male thread to go onto the SS line.

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yes you were right, its -4 an. i ended up buying whole line kit that has each end adapters included
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