What size is turbo feed line?

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What size is turbo feed line?

➢ All single ball bearing turbocharger applications should utilize -4AN or 1/4 inch inside diameter oil feed line. ➢ All twin ball bearing turbocharger applications should utilize a -6AN or 3/8 inch inside diameter main oil feed line into a Y block to -4AN or 1/4 inch inside diameter turbocharger oil feed lines.

Do I need to prime my turbo?

As long as the turbo had lube in it from the factory, then just start the motor and let it idle like you should after changing the oil. The turbo doesn’t spin much at idle. You want to prime new motors unless you were generous with the assembly lube, but I have never heard of priming a new turbo.

Do ball bearing turbos need oil?

Ball Bearing Turbo An oil restrictor is recommended for optimal performance with ball bearing turbochargers. Oil pressure of 40 – 45 psi at maximum engine speed is recommended to prevent damage to the turbocharger’s internals.

Does a turbo oil drain have pressure?

The oil drains away from the turbo by gravity only there is no pressure on the drain side of the turbo. It is also important for the return line not to have any dips or loops in it so the oil does not pool inside the drain like in the picture below.

What to do after installing a new turbo?

After the installation Start the engine and let it idle for 3 to 4 minutes to allow for proper inspection of oil, gas and air leakage. If any leakage is detected during engine start up, please fix the issue immediately. For VNT turbos, please ensure that actuator operates correctly after starting up.

What is the best supercharger for a Miata?

Eaton consistently offers the best Miata supercharger kits for the price. Fast Forward Superchargers has three NA superchargers, for 1990-93, 1994-95, and 1996-97 years. Each kit includes the Eaton MP62 supercharger and is compatible with 1.6-liter engines, and 1.8-liter engines for the latter-year models.

What kind of engine does a 1990 Mazda Miata have?

All of these kits are compatible with the 1.6-liter engines of the 1990-93 NA Miata, and the 1.8-liter upgraded 1994-97 NA Miata. Supercharger systems for NA-generation Miatas are becoming harder to find nowadays, but there are still some options out there.

How much power does a Mazda Supercharger add?

The 6-rib serpentine belt drives the supercharger using Mazda’s own automatic tensioner. With this system installed, engine power increases to approximately 225 HP at the wheels, basically turning your car into the Mazdaspeed that Mazda never made. To put that power into perspective, the Super20 show car clocked a 5.3-second 0-60 mph time.

How much does a fast forward kit add to a Miata?

The Fast Forward kit adds a modest 18 pounds to the passenger side. With this kit, you don’t give up any of the lightweight fun you love about a Miata. Perfect Idle and Drivability – No idle droop or high idle problems inherent with some hotside kits.