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LArger turbo doesnt need a larger line.. There is a reducing point along the way because otherwise your flowing mor oil than needed to the turbo and starving things like your bearings, pistons, and cam .
 

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LArger turbo doesnt need a larger line.. There is a reducing point along the way because otherwise your flowing mor oil than needed to the turbo and starving things like your bearings, pistons, and cam .
I agree. Think of it like adding cams. They'll add more performance, but don't need more oil / cooling. I would try and keep the oil feed, drain, and coolant lines as stock as possible. You shouldn't have to weld anything, aside from maybe an oil drain extension tube if you're doing a top mount. You can use hard line to AN fitting to be able to make whatever lines you need.
 

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