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trying to return cooling oil???

Old 12-08-2015, 05:18 PM
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Default trying to return cooling oil???

I don't want to drill my oil pan for the return oil from the turbos. I am still in the shopping stage to decide what way to go on my 2004 GMC Sierra 6.0 gas 4X4. I wan to increase HP/TQ in the 3k to 4.5k rpm range. I wan to be able to use stock fuel pump and injectors. I am knew to this and would appreciate any input. Working with a very small budget. Thanks in advance.
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Old 12-11-2015, 12:37 AM
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You will have to drill the oil pan, I'm sorry there's just no way around it.
And the stock injectors may be barely big enough to run 3-6 pounds of boost.
Adding extra fuel for the extra air is probably going to be what sets you back the most on your budget.
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Old 12-12-2015, 06:59 PM
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Default Going to create stand alone oil system.

You may be right but I am going to use a 2-1/2 gal tank, two oil pumps, and an oil cooler to create a loop oil system.
I don't disagree with you about the amount of boost but the mfg. of the kit I am buying which is twin turbos. claims that their 8psi will work fine with standard injectors and should create somewhere around 500RWHP.They built the kit around a GM 4.8 so it should work with my 6.0.
So many different opinions make it very hard to know what is right.
Thanks for the input. Merry Christmas

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