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Old 04-27-2012, 07:15 PM   #1
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2nd gen Duratec turbo build Oil lines

I'm currently building a turbo kit for my 2010 2.0 and have just about everything I need. Just need to fabricate a downpipe, tune and oil feed. For the duratec guys running turbo, how long of an oil feed line are you running and does it have to go all the way to the oil sending unit?

Here is a link to the build thread as promised: http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...46#post4193346
Parts I have:
F2 tubular manifold
Isis rs3871 turbo (JB version of the garrett 2871 for a 1/3 of the price and 1yr no questions asked warranty...I'll Bite) I'll post pics and numbers when it's done.
FMIC (Cold side purchased from sporadic) Fabricating hot side soon.
42lb injectors
Knock of cossie IM
Gauges, BOV, turbo timer, O2 housing for start of downpipe.


P.S- in order to get photos on here I have to do photo bucket or what? Sorry new to this.






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Old 04-27-2012, 10:42 PM   #2
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Photo bucket is good for pics. Sry I can't help you more.
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Old 04-27-2012, 11:14 PM   #3
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Figured it out just need to make them smaller. Thanks.
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I'm currently building a turbo kit for my 2010 2.0 and have just about everything I need. Just need to fabricate a downpipe, tune and oil feed. For the duratec guys running turbo, how long of an oil feed line are you running and does it have to go all the way to the oil sending unit?

Parts I have:
F2 tubular manifold
Isis rs3871 turbo (JB version of the garrett 2871 for a 1/3 of the price and 1yr no questions asked warranty...I'll Bite) I'll post pics and numbers when it's done.
FMIC (getting cold side from topspeed shortly) Fabricating hot side
42lb injectors
Knock of cossie IM
Gauges, BOV, turbo timer, O2 housing for start of downpipe.


P.S- in order to get photos on here I have to do photo bucket or what? Sorry new to this.





i know that manifold :P it looks good in black ;) hey that turbo manifold it looks really good ;) it was a f2 header right?
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I got lucky on it. I was just messing around on eBay and typed in duratec turbo and that popped up as the last one. Got it for 100 shipped brand new. Looked it up online and everywhere I looked said it was an F2 tubular manifold. I know some of the Mazda guys were running this and liked it. Anyone on here ever try one? I had a cast one from eBay, bottom mount for internal waste gate, but my turbo was gonna be a little to close to the block. I like this fitment a lot better.
I was wondering, from what I have been reading on here is the stock clutch can handle around 250tq, is this right?
And Thanks for the IM Koke I'll put it to good use.

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Old 04-28-2012, 03:32 PM   #6
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No the stock clutch is not gonna handle that much is gonna slip and that manifold looks good though good buy. And ur welcome I was regreting that a sold the im but the st I bought it already has the real cossie im so I'm happy now lol :)
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Yeah I kind of figured that for the clutch. Exploring my options right now. Also debating on getting a second engine just for my build. Forged internals, studs, and ported head. Have a junk yard close by that has a lot of duratecs most were hit from behind engine bay looks good. Even have an 09 there with the engine still so nice low miles and they are cheap there. Should have everything finished around September. Sucks spacing it out but with two kids and school full-time, can't really spring for a full kit from fs or topspeed.
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That's really cool yeah I will have to build my engine later on but @ the moment I'm gonna run it like this. I'm not gonna push that much psi anyways
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I've seen a focus stock clutch hold 223 lbs ft of torque. I'm just saying....
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Good to know. I still have to see where I'm gonna be at torque wise and how much boost I'm gonna run, just trying to get a feel for what my limitations are. Thanks for the input.
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