Boosted2.0 said:Haas doesn't include an oil inlet line restrictor??? I find that hard to beleive - post pics of the turbo and oil inlet.
anyways a GT28RS should never spit out out the compressor. Something is wrong. From the post you made i'm not certain if you actually started the vehicle, or just let it sit after cranking the car over to prime it and oil came dripping out?
No, because Hass believes that It'll be fine without it... or maybe I read it wrong.SleeprGT said:When you attached the oil lines, did you put in Teflon tape around the connector parts to make sure they are snug? cause if they are loose it will leak oil.
I don't believe the fitting is loose because its not leaking from either of the inlet/outlet. I have the bung welded up as high as it can go on the pan. How else could I have blocked it?Boosted2.0 said:either a fitting is loose or the turbo is damaged or the return line is restricted
Are you 100% positive that the new Garrett's need one? I know my IHI turbo doesn't run one. I'm not even sure its 100% consistent on the old T-series, depending on the CHRA.Boosted2.0 said:Haas doesn't include an oil inlet line restrictor???