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post #1 of 7 Old 08-16-2016, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
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Blouch 20G turbo install

I'm installing a 20g turbo on my 02 WRX. I have the stock turbo out and am realizing it looks to have an extra coolant line compared to the Blouch turbo. Not sure what to do. Any advice?
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post #2 of 7 Old 08-17-2016, 05:46 AM
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there should be one on the blouch. did you forget to order it? or did u order the STi setup? did u buy this used?



heres a pic pf the 20g XTR from the blouch website. seems you're missing the tube. you can probably order it from blouch.

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I bought it off a friend used and he has an sti
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well there's your answer.

you'll need that tube. its possible you can use the one off your TD04. it looks the same. but personally i wouldnt use that rusty janky tube on a new(ish) turbo.

ask your buddy why its not there. show him the pic from blouch.

and the difference between the STi and WRX is the oil feed, not the coolant line. so disregard what i said about the STi setup.

here is the blouch website: Subaru WRX/STi 20G-XT-R Turbocharger

there are 2 coolant tubes as you see in the pictures. from the picture u posted, i do not see either on this turbo. you will need the inlet and outlet tube.

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the oil feed is hidden in the pic but its opposite the oil drain on the chra.

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I just looked at it again and there is a coolant line running from the same spot in your picture but it runs to the top of the turbo.
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the very top of the chra is the oil feed. the top coolant pipe you see in the picture actually connects to the gold banjo bolt on the right side in the picture. the bottom tube you see comes off the left side.

oil goes top to bottom, coolant goes side to side. sorry for my awesome MS paint skills lol, i should have marked which is inlet and outlet.

more pics of your turbo would help.

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