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Old 03-31-2007, 12:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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used: I own 1995 BMW-M3. I'm in a project to install a turbo. I have done before with another car like Mazda and toyota, but it is my fisrt time with BMW. I think I have averything, but I do not have installation manual. My question is where can I connect the oil supply and drain for the turbo. Can anyone help me? If you have any picture or infomation Please help me? Tanks for all your help Will.
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Tap the oil filter housing for your oil supply, tap your oil pan for your drain.
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Any place higher than the turbo should essentially work. The pan is a great place for a drain assuming you place the turbo high enough, which usually isnt a problem. Only worry about th epan is tapping it without getting metal shavings in it. Must be done slowly and carefully. Some even consider removing the oil pan.
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Thank you for your answer. I will start drilling. I Let you know if something happen wrong. Thanks again Will
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drill slowly. a few threads at a time. oil up drill bit to pick up shavings
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A dab of chassis grease on the tip of the drill bit would work quite well to retain the shavings.
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drill slowly. a few threads at a time. oil up drill bit to pick up shavings
exactly, and yes remove the pan, its pretty easy once off, and its not a difficult job, just lots of bolts to remove. and good chance to change your oil pan gasket.
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Hi:
used: I own 1995 BMW-M3. I'm in a project to install a turbo. I have done before with another car like Mazda and toyota, but it is my fisrt time with BMW. I think I have averything, but I do not have installation manual. My question is where can I connect the oil supply and drain for the turbo. Can anyone help me? If you have any picture or infomation Please help me? Tanks for all your help Will.
Thanks, The job is well done. Now I have to upgrade the fuel pump, Fuel injector and maybe a Fuel managment. Any recomendation are welcome. Thanks again Will.:lol:
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EMS makes a plug and play e36 engine management system that looks really good.
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How much power are you planning on making? You might be fine with the stock parts.
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Tap the oil filter housing for your oil supply, tap your oil pan for your drain.
Turner Motorsports makes a cap that has it, or you can get an S54 oil filter housing which has oil ports for an oil cooler.
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I 'll like around 350 close to 400Hp for now. This is my daily car and I can't stopped for longest time.
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