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    Oil return pipe on a Garrett GT2871R

    My oem oil return pipe doesn't fit on to the GT28.

    What does it need to get replaced with?

    Thanks!

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    You can normally elongate the holes to allow it to fit.
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    As above, slot the holes

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    Cool, I'll have a go at the weekend!

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    You should never use the stock pipe with a ball bearing turbo. The return pipe should go straight down without any bends.

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    Worked ok on mine since about 2010. Quite a common thing to do tbh
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    Quote Originally Posted by bahis View Post
    You should never use the stock pipe with a ball bearing turbo. The return pipe should go straight down without any bends.
    Nissan did on the S15?

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    All sorted now, thanks!

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