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Fitting TD04 to EA82T

With regards to water an oil lines, what mods are required to fit the turbo?

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Bugger all

The oil lines are the same, the water supply from the head is the same and the water return just has to go over the compressor outlet

I'll see if i can dig up some pics
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Fantastic, that would be great!
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In this pic, you can see the water line (1/2 inch rubber heater hose) underneath the BOV


Here is another


Keep in mind that this setup is not ideal as an airlock can form and prevent convection of the water through the turbo after the engine is shut down.

Ideally, the water line should come straight out towards the tranny bellhousing and then underneath the compressor outlet. This will maintain a relatively straight path back to the thermostat
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