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Today 09:58 AM
Gonzo31773 I have a close friend running a single oil less turbo on his LS1 Camaro SS and he loves it. Plus he was happy about the simplicity of the swap because he didn't have to worry about the oil lines and oil cooler. He later ran a oil cooler anyways but wasn't necessary for the turbo. It's was more for the peace of mind and protecting his investment. He drives this car daily with no issues. I was curious if Tom could swap the turbo he uses to the oil less with no additional fab work just to simply the engine bay and clean things up. I have shaved my engine bay, removed coolants reservoir and working on hiding the power steering reservoir now.

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Today 08:32 AM
1turbofocus I know guys running them and they dont send them back

Tom
Yesterday 10:19 PM
jwgstang i wouldnt do oiless people said you have to send it back for a grease change/ re pack every 10-15k miles IIRC
09-16-2016 01:05 PM
1turbofocus I know a few guys that have them on Mustangs and they seem to be doing ok , I have never tried one

I have a turbo that I have used and tested that works very well and fits the kit nicely and will get you over 300hp to the wheels if you want more later

Tom
09-16-2016 07:40 AM
Gonzo31773 I'm a excessive planner so I am looking at the Comp Turbos as I have never had and experience with them. I notice they have a oil less version of all the turbos they offer. What would be the price difference if i want a oil less bearing in my set up? And if it's possible to purchase said turbo thru you what is the reliability of them?
09-16-2016 12:03 AM
Gonzo31773 Sweet! Thanks.
09-16-2016 12:02 AM
1turbofocus
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Does the charge pipes come with a BOV flange welded in and if it does what style flange.

Also, if I buy the spa waste gate and your recommended turbo, the kit should bolt up. No welding required to route the down pipe to the exhaust?
Yes the charge pipe has a BOV Flange and its the STD flange for like the Greddy type S or RS

No welding needed anywhere down pipe is ready to v-band to the turbo I sell then to your Exh

Tom
09-13-2016 10:28 PM
Gonzo31773 Does the charge pipes come with a BOV flange welded in and if it does what style flange.

Also, if I buy the spa waste gate and your recommended turbo, the kit should bolt up. No welding required to route the down pipe to the exhaust?

Does anyone have any pictures of this kit installed?
03-15-2016 11:25 AM
1turbofocus I dont , focus sport is the only kit out there and there is a used stg2 for sale right now in the for sale section

Tom
03-14-2016 07:19 PM
nowayout I emailed you but I'll ask here. Do you offer a kit for the 2.3 Duratec?
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