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Old 11-15-2013, 06:20 PM   #981
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Why did you think the oil lines where to small??

---------- Post added at 07:20 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:18 PM ----------

Sorry, I just read the whole post and joined just so I could share my story but had a question about the oil lines.
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Old 11-15-2013, 09:51 PM   #983
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Why did you think the oil lines where to small??

---------- Post added at 07:20 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:18 PM ----------

Sorry, I just read the whole post and joined just so I could share my story but had a question about the oil lines.
Oh they are, I wish I had still the old ones so I could show you their size compared to what I have now.

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I just kind of assume everyone on this forum is white. Unless I see a pic otherwise. I have always been correct until today hahah

Not that it really matters cuz it doesn't
Ikr I do the same thing. I tend to picture everyone as a 35 year old white guy lmao
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Lol. Stereotyping is horrible.
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Old 11-15-2013, 10:26 PM   #985
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Lol everyone does it, we just never admit it
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Nah lol. Never matters to me. Funny tho.
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Old 11-15-2013, 10:55 PM   #987
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Nah lol. Never matters to me. Funny tho.
Steve looks exactly like I pictured him :p awesomeness
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Oh they are, I wish I had still the old ones so I could show you their size compared to what I have now. ---------- Post added at 10:51 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:49 PM ---------- Ikr I do the same thing. I tend to picture everyone as a 35 year old white guy lmao
IMF that's the same age I picture every one too!! Hahahah see guys stereotyping can lead to friendships lol
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Old 11-15-2013, 11:37 PM   #989
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Lol for some reason I picture Black On Boss as being older than everyone else
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Lmao you'd be surprised :p
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He's 26 lol I'm only 22 he's not too far off
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Lol I'm sorry dude you just seem like a 40 year old to me
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Old 11-16-2013, 12:23 AM   #993
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Lol I'm sorry dude you just seem like a 40 year old to me
I have the knowledge of a 40 yo but I'm 26.
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I have the knowledge of a 40 yo but I'm 26.
I pictured you older also lol. Stereotyping does happen but if I picture you as brown/black/white/asian, that's what I picture you as, nothing leads me to come to those conclusions, it just happens lol.19 and going strong on my end lol.
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Lol I'm sorry dude you just seem like a 40 year old to me
Well damn you've met me...bet you can't get within 5 years on a guess.
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Well damn you've met me...bet you can't get within 5 years on a guess.
35??? Lol
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Oh they are, I wish I had still the old ones so I could show you their size compared to what I have now. ---------- Post added at 10:51 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:49 PM ---------- Ikr I do the same thing. I tend to picture everyone as a 35 year old white guy lmao


Are you talking about the lines to the remote oil filter? I ask because I too have this kit and I'm curious what about the other guy mustang08 or something like that did you have a similar issue and just replaced the lines????
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Yes, those
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35??? Lol
Lol not even close. 28
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Are you talking about the lines to the remote oil filter? I ask because I too have this kit and I'm curious what about the other guy mustang08 or something like that did you have a similar issue and just replaced the lines????
I just replaced them with a better, hose and fittings. I plan on changing those to to AN race fittings and braided hoses over the winter because oil line are just too important. For the $100-$125, the lines are worth it.
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Old 11-16-2013, 01:10 PM   #1002
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Now this is a real turbo beast
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Hahaha!
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I just replaced them with a better, hose and fittings. I plan on changing those to to AN race fittings and braided hoses over the winter because oil line are just too important. For the $100-$125, the lines are worth it.

I added some pics of the lines I used, is this what you had or didn't use??
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I added some pics of the lines I used, is this what you had or didn't use??
That's basically what I used. Mine looks like a bit harder of a plastic
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I bet you turbo guys could put a pan and cook some eggs on your intake after driving for a couple of min lol
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I think I'm gonna put a 0n3 turbo on my boss
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Old 11-16-2013, 06:33 PM   #1009
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I bet you turbo guys could put a pan and cook some eggs on your intake after driving for a couple of min lol
Surprisingly, no. It stays nice and cool
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I bet you turbo guys could put a pan and cook some eggs on your intake after driving for a couple of min lol
Naw mine is perfectly fine, the turbo itself is a different story
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I think I'm gonna put a 0n3 turbo on my boss

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You guys see the mockup pics of the twin turbo setup On3 just completed for the 2Vs? Looks pretty cool although Chris stated the only reason On3 is doing it is because ppl can't seem to get it through their heads that there is no reason to go twins over a properly sized single and they're buying kits elsewhere. Good business practice says he makes them to gain more customers.
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Such a true statement ^
But most people feel more or bigger is better which isn't always the case.
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Old 11-16-2013, 09:49 PM   #1014
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Twins are easier, less hot side piping and you don't have to Y your exhaust back together. then you just bring the cold side to the intercooler and then to the throttle body. If I had to do it over again or ever built my own kit I would go with twins. Plus it looks really great.
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Twins are easier, less hot side piping and you don't have to Y your exhaust back together. then you just bring the cold side to the intercooler and then to the throttle body. If I had to do it over again or ever built my own kit I would go with twins. Plus it looks really great.
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