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Author: Subject: 5pw r1 oil pick up for turbo
jlayton

posted on 19/4/15 at 12:30 PM Reply With Quote
5pw r1 oil pick up for turbo

hi
as above really wheres the best place to pick the oil up from on a 5pw r1 for the feed for my turbo. any diagrams pictures would be great or a link etc

kind regards

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CosKev3

posted on 19/4/15 at 01:03 PM Reply With Quote
Iirc there is a blanking plug in the end of a oil gallery on the end of engine.
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jlayton

posted on 19/4/15 at 01:12 PM Reply With Quote
ok thanks I don't suppose you or anyone have a diagram where it is on the engine, it would be a great help

kind regards

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CosKev3

posted on 19/4/15 at 01:23 PM Reply With Quote
Oil Pressure Fitting - 5VY
Oil Pressure Fitting - 5VY


if its same as 5vy you can see in pic where sensor has been added.

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jlayton

posted on 19/4/15 at 01:59 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks for that but the 5vy is a different set up
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maximill666

posted on 19/4/15 at 08:16 PM Reply With Quote
You can drill and tap the stock oil cooler bolt, also you could fit a T piece to accommodate an oil temp/pressure sensor should you wish to.

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Link to R1 oil cooler bolt tapping example

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jlayton

posted on 20/4/15 at 06:46 PM Reply With Quote
thanks I think that's the way il go. do you no what inside diameter hole should be on my fitting to feed the garrett gt2871r and did you return to the sump or into the oil filler cap (drilled and tapped) Iv purchased a oil scavenge pump either way

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CosKev3

posted on 20/4/15 at 08:04 PM Reply With Quote
Not sure if it's different on a bike engine but on a car engine the oil return should go to the sump and be below the oil level in sump,as if it's above the oil level crank case pressure can affect the oil returning from the turbo.
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maximill666

posted on 20/4/15 at 08:52 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by jlayton
thanks I think that's the way il go. do you no what inside diameter hole should be on my fitting to feed the garrett gt2871r and did you return to the sump or into the oil filler cap (drilled and tapped) Iv purchased a oil scavenge pump either way

kind regards


Not sure of the i/d size of the oil supply feed you need, but for the oil return on my GT28RS I used a scavenge pump and had a threaded adaptor welded into the sump and used that for the return.

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jlayton

posted on 20/4/15 at 08:58 PM Reply With Quote
Ok thanks again what bhp did u manage at what psi with the gt28rs ? As I was thinking of using the gt 2871r
Thanks again

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maximill666

posted on 20/4/15 at 09:12 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by jlayton
Ok thanks again what bhp did u manage at what psi with the gt28rs ? As I was thinking of using the gt 2871r
Thanks again


I had a very nice programmable boost controller and set it up it with 2 settings 7psi and 10psi, dyno'd at 255hp and 307hp respectively

I lowered the compression down to 9.5:1 to enable running at 10 psi

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jlayton

posted on 23/4/15 at 05:10 PM Reply With Quote
Hi what size hole do people recommend to drill/tap into the oil cooler bolt for the turbo oil feed.
Kind regards

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jlayton

posted on 23/4/15 at 08:49 PM Reply With Quote
also I have just purchased this
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Oil-Scavenge-Gear-Pump-Low-Mount-Turbo-Dry-sump-Car-Marine-Engine-12v-Transfer-/141615923978?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash =item20f8f7830a

is it as simple as putting it in the middle of the oil return line?

sorry about all the questions but I will be assembling most of it the weekend, and want to get it right first time

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