GT2056 Oil Feed - Restrictor?

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Andreas
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GT2056 Oil Feed - Restrictor?

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Hi Guys,

my 750 Turbo, which i've recently aquired, is unfortunately missing its Turbo and the oil hoses.

What do you think about using this GT2056?
-> https://www.turbozentrum.de/Garrett-GT2 ... 51578-5002

It looks like a good replacement.

Main question:

Can i just fabricate a new oil feed hose/Banjo using AN-6 Fittings/Hose?
Do i need some kind of restrictor in the oil feed to reduce the amount of oil which reaches the turbo?
Should i integrate a check valve?

I'm planning to use a ZR7 oil pump and relief valve.(in case that makes a difference)

Advise would be greatly appreciated.

best regards
Andreas
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Charlie @ Evergreen
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Re: GT2056 Oil Feed - Restrictor?

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GT12 your looking at should work fine.
You do not need a restrictor but keep the feed line in AN -3 size (-6 to large) with check valve prohibit bleed back.
Micro filter is not a issue if you do not have one.
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Re: GT2056 Oil Feed - Restrictor?

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Thank you very much!

Greatly appreciate your response.

By any chance...do you still have some of the clutch dampers for sale?

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Andreas
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Re: GT2056 Oil Feed - Restrictor?

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If you want the clutch basket built properly contact Roger Twito his email is turbo1rt@aol.com

If you want the dampers and try fix the basket yourself contact Steve Closehttps://www.750turbo.com/forum/memberlist.php?m ... le&u=18754
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