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Posts posted by Jordy32

  1. Put the line in a bottle, start and run the car for all of 1 second, oil will piss out.

    If you're scared of running the new turbo without a feed for a second just take it off and start it for a sec, easier than taking the sump off without removing the whole engine

    5 hours ago, r34.rory said:

    could the oil pump be seized

    Generally not, no

  2. Yes it's very close to the fuel tank, getting a bolt or 4 in there (properly) will be a bit of a headache too. Pull off the fuel pump lid and have a look under there to get an idea of what you're working with - I'll give you a hint, it's not very much at all.

    In terms of drilling into the tank, yes it's a pretty real risk so be careful, or re-consider your need to mount it in that exact location.

  3. Pretty clear what it is.. Pull the lines off and replace the crush washers/hose with hole in it.

    You're lucky it's on the turbo side, there's not many water lines on that side of the engine and if it's leaking into the manifold in that way you'd be pretty certain that it's the water fittings on the turbo core.

  4. 8 hours ago, Dose Pipe Sutututu said:

    Awwwww noooooooo

    Buy a Golf R Wagon 

    That'd be lovely!

    2 hours ago, PranK said:


    And ... commissaries. :( 

    Whats next?

    Thanks, as well as :(

    Nothing for the time being, I'm going to be floating around the forum but I've been given the opportunity to move to the UK for work for about 12 months so decided to let the car go.

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