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2G Head oil feed plug

Posted by MasterMatt209, Jul 25, 2018

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  1. MasterMatt209

    MasterMatt209 Proven Member

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    Someone before me ran the oil feed from the head for the turbo they put on. I’m gonna be going back to the t25 in my quest to get the car running good. I need to know what do I need to plug this after I remove the feed? I saw a 3/8” BSPT plug on extremePSI that looks like it would work is that correct?
     

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  2. MasterMatt209

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    Also they pinched off the line that was used before for the t25 from the oil cooler. Can anyone link me to an oem one or should I go stainless steel or soemthing
     

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  4. ec17pse

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    its an m10x1.25 thread, so just buy a new bolt with crush washers if your going to cap that feed off
     

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  5. pauleyman

    pauleyman DSM Wiseman

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    Unless that turbo is bad going to a t25 wont change how well the car runs. If you're having problems maybe tackle those first. If you block that feed do not use a stock banjo. You will need a shorter bolt once you remove the line.
     

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  6. MasterMatt209

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    It's an ebay small 16g the car fuel cuts and i'd much rather just put my spare t25 in it. I'll be replacing injector seals and few other little things and the car should be good to go again. I just don't want to use the feed from the head. Thanks for the info though guys, I'll be going stainless from oil filter housing to the t25 and blocking off the head feed.
     

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    1990TSIAWDTALON Moderator

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    You should check into weather it needs restricted and how much if you feed from the OFH. The head has much lower pressure. Just fyi.
     

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  8. MasterMatt209

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    It would be going back to stock location so it should be fine, if anyone sees this extreme psi has two different exhaust to turbo gaskets and the description of both say its a must have. One is 6 ply and the other is just like a metal sheet.
     

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  9. chrysler kid

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    Boost leak test everything first. It's my opinion that t25's are prone to oil leak back into the intake. The eBay 16g turbos may not be ideal however set at 12psi they are a very adequate replacement turbocharger compared to the price of rebuilding a T25.
     

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  11. 97 eclenger

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    Depends if you're keeping the turbo that's on it. T25 turbo side will not thread into a 16g. Head isn't a great location for an oil feed so good idea on moving it back where it should be.
     

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