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> FS GT oil line to 911 t-stat oil lines
mb911
post Mar 26 2020, 11:04 AM
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What you get is the 2 stainless elbows, the long -12an line with fittings, the short oil line with AN fittings and the adapters for every thing I am offering these at just about cost. If you look up the fittings, lines,etc separately you will see its about a wash.

The price $ 430 shipped.. Was hoping to do it a bit cheaper but it's the best I can do buying AN fittings and hose at retail. Attached Image Attached Image
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post Mar 26 2020, 11:05 AM
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post Mar 26 2020, 08:05 PM
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So my question is If i have the factory 914-6 oil line off the case but plan on running the front mount cooler with the thermostat is the oil line i have not needed.
I never have been able to find a diagram of what this system would look like finished, admittedly I never did put a lot of research into it yet.
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post Mar 26 2020, 08:07 PM
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QUOTE(colingreene @ Mar 26 2020, 06:05 PM) *

So my question is If i have the factory 914-6 oil line off the case but plan on running the front mount cooler with the thermostat is the oil line i have not needed.
I never have been able to find a diagram of what this system would look like finished, admittedly I never did put a lot of research into it yet.



No the factory scavenge line is not needed.. You would need the GT hardlines and the factory would have used a 911rsr /S. T stat setup and this is a much cheaper solution then that..
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post Mar 26 2020, 09:22 PM
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yeah I knew that i wanted to avoid using the ST/RSR stuff, I think i saw parts of that for several thousand dollars. If i remember right eric has it but he collected it over time and over 10 years ago. using the 911 thermostat like you have seems like a really good plan.
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Very nice set-up Ben
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It's still expensive but much cheaper and closer to correct then any other option out there.
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