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 Post subject: water feed lines?????
Posted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 10:05 pm 
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hi i was just wandering where i get water feed and return on the ba?

im installing a snort kit stage 2 turbo

if anyone could please help that would be great im so lost with this atm... its the only thing stopping me from completing the setup...
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 Post subject: Re: water feed lines?????
Posted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:11 pm 
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hey mate thanks for the kind words ;)

the water lines can be done a few ways however the most common is to take water from the thermostat housing and return into the water overflow bottle ( t piece )

here is a picture os a system we installed which should help
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 Post subject: Re: water feed lines?????
Posted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:15 pm 
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this one you can see how we used a t piece to return to the water overflow
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 Post subject: Re: water feed lines?????
Posted: Sun Jan 08, 2012 12:50 am 
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hey mate, well thank you for the awesome, hassle free kit, and THANKS a million for that info now I can complete the kit and get her tuned and up and running.

Would you be able to tell me also what a safe boost level to run would be, and what sort of power out put should i be able to push the na motor and gear box to with out blowing anything up, i have a trans cooler installed and its a new box (about 2 months old).

I was thinking around 7-8 psi and probably between 215 - 230 kw at the tyres, but that's just an estimate guess, any advice you can give would be much appreciated as to how i can get maximum potential out of what I have for now with out blowing stuff up, i know on a stock motor, box and diff, it wont be much, but its a start, i have plans for a strengthened box and valve springs soon but till then whatever advice you can give me would be amazing.

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