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Old 04-11-2009, 11:25 AM
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Nice. I've been searching for something like this for awhile...

Is there any way to do a standalone oilpan? I've searched but I don't know if what I'm looking for is the same as an 'oil-catch'. I'm a little deterred by the idea of drilling holes in my oil pan (my 'new' used acura cls ). Is there something I can make that would have its own oil supply separate from the engine? Or a thread that'll point me in the right direction?

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Old 04-28-2009, 10:57 AM
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Old 04-28-2009, 11:02 AM
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grrrrrreat!
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Old 04-28-2009, 06:35 PM
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My 1st turbo(s), will be mounted in Brit TR6 2.5L and aircooled VW-4cyl.

Do turbos have to be positioned HORIZONTAL ?
Why/not VERTICAL; oil suckage into compressor; shaft cooling?
...hot side up with compressor on bottom would prob run 30 degrees cooler boost air

Please recommend sites with pic/video showing placement of components, BOV, WG, exh piping
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Old 05-24-2009, 02:27 PM
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great great info..good thing its a sticky
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Old 05-24-2009, 04:48 PM
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Originally Posted by HMTguy View Post
Removed a sticky to cleanup FI a bit. So far here is our list of common turbos' stock wastegate settings that you may find in a junkyard. If you have more info, bump the old post and I'll add correct info to this page.

Old post: https://www.homemadeturbo.com/forum/...hp?topic=27392

Garrett T3 42/48 - 8psi

Most all chrysler 2.2l turbos w/ the goofy t3 - 5.5psi-6.5

.60/.63 Tbird/meurker/svo - 10psi

RHB5 from the Subaru and Probe - 8psi

84-88 nissan 300z t3 .60ar/.63ex. - 5psi

87-88 rx7 twin scroll turbo - 6.2psi

Mitsu TD04L(WRX) - 7 psi

t25/14b (Mitsu Eclipse) - 8psi

starion 14g Before 1987 - 7psi

starion 1987+ - 11 psi

garret t28 stage 1 - 8.5 psi

garret t28 stage 2 - 10.5psi

garret t28 stage 3 - 15 psi

K26 external - 14psi

Garrett T3 42/48 - 8psi

GReddy 15g (mitsu td04h-15g) - 5.5psi

CT26 (MK3 Supra) - 5psi

TB25 (Garrett, 89 Pontiac Sunbird GT) - 7 psi

IHI VJ20 (JDM Mazda 1.8 GTX) - 8.8 psi

K03 - 4 psi


wow.. i have been looking for like 2 days for stock wg settings off a wrx.. 7psi.. perfect.. do you know if thats off a 05 with a td04l? or is the year irelivent?
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Awesome info, thanks!
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Old 07-15-2009, 12:41 AM
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Hi guys,i'm new here n i hv my car bolt on a yr ago n running my engine with Unichip piggyback.Juz wish 2 enquire if i wanna run my engine without a piggyback n using larger cc injectors but want to avoid check engine light to comes on when the boost kicks in.Can any of u seniors pls guide me how 2 do it?Woud appreciate ur kind advise.
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Old 07-29-2009, 11:29 PM
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Originally Posted by projekteg View Post

Everyone refers to it as the HF manifold but it came on other cars too. it came on the 88-91 CRX HF. it also came on a 88-91 Civic Std, they are hatchbacks with a 4 speed, vinal interior, and a black panel on the hatch that says 'Civic', (base model) Another car that has them is a 92-95 Civic CX/VX hatch.

I have a 1991 civic std and it does not and did not have the HF manifold. might miss lead someone
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I second that ^^^
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