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Oil restrictor needed for gt3582?

Old 04-14-18, 02:03 AM
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Oil restrictor needed for gt3582?

Hi Guys,

I have just just received a new gt3582 turbo to replace the worn gt35/40 I had previously.

As this is brand new I wondered if I still needed to use an oil restrictor on it?

Used to use one with the old turbo.

Thanks,
Gareth
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It should not need one the fitting you screw the line on to the turbo should be small enough to act as a restrictor
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I am sure there is a post some where here about it. Ball bearing turbos need one,. None ball bearing you will be fine with a 3AN fitting. Dont forget to get a big anough size drain and avoid 90 angles.
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Whats your oil pressure at startup? I've had good success running them in the past on turbo Hondas. ~96psi at coldstart
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