i mean like if you were to goto mazda you can describere the part is located and they can go into their computer and get a view of where the part is and it's number. i've been searchin on here and nothing yet. not many take pictures that close to their turbo....you mean you would like a diagram for turbocharger installation? well, I might be able to do something like that if I get the chance, I'll post it up here if I do
as far as I know, other than the how-tos on here, there aren't any kinds of installation manuals
Yeah, I used to want the MSP oil cooler before I went with a sandwich plate - so much more convenient. Now I just need to find a way to rig up an oil cooler. I have no problem achieving oil temperatures in excess of 240 degrees Fahrenheit during extended or heavy driving. I just don't know where I'd put it or where I'd route the lines. I did learn something new the other day though. Another member here is utilizing an auto transmission radiator (has provisions for a tranny cooler on it) to cool his oil-water cooler.
there is a stud and it is rather long. this kit is all from asmo 03mp5 who has a p5. i am not familiar with the oil and coolant lines yet, and i'm having a hard time as not many post about it other than the custom lines. with the oil return line, i still have to tap a hole in the back for the oil feed correct? any information on the coolant and the oil line would greatly be appreciated!
okay they banjo bolt makes since....haha, I'll go into the garage and take a picture of my block since it is sitting there with that side facing up on the engine stand....
no you don't have to use the oil cooler, but if you choose not to use it then you will need to be sure that you get a different bolt for the banjo fitting that you would use for the water feed....the oem one has an extra barbed fitting for the oil cooler to hook into, just get one that is a bolt instead and you will be fine
with the oil feed line he a fitting where i could run a oil pressure gauge into it. i'll take a pic. i'll need to start reading thehow to for the oil pressure gauge install so i can understand it better and where exactly to tap for the oil feed line.BAH, I am so sorry, I meant to say oil pressure sender
fucking knock sensor lol
but no, I'm not saying you tap the block for the oil pressure sender....you add a T fitting between it and the block for the oil feed line, which the oem is -4AN
There is no tapping for the oil feed line! For the oil pressure gauge the ideal location is where the stock pressure sensor is. Make sure the oil "dead-ends" into the pressure sensor instead of flows past it. Fluid flow past an orifice decreases the pressure so it wouldn't be a good reading.with the oil feed line he a fitting where i could run a oil pressure gauge into it. i'll take a pic. i'll need to start reading thehow to for the oil pressure gauge install so i can understand it better and where exactly to tap for the oil feed line.