I have searched around and can't seem to find any information on the oil in turbo's. When turbo charging a Honda or any non-factory charged car, you must run oil lines from the engine to the turbo and from the turbo to the pan correct? This is to help the bearings in the turbo stay cool and lubricated to ensure long lasting fun. A common problem I have heard of is the oil within the engine and turbo get very hot especially because they share the same lubrication creating a crock pot full of hot oil in the turbo upon engine shutdown. This creates heat wear and sludge la la la, bad. SO MY IDEA: (Tell me if I am just missing something here or it is a cool idea MAYBE IT'S BEEN DONE I don't know) Run a separate and electric (not so reliable) or a separate crank/accessory driven oil pump. The pump would be small so it wouldn't draw much power. The lines, possibly an oil filter,and possibly a hard, in-line cooler would all house the oil for ONLY the turbo. I was thinking this would reduce the temperature of the turbo, bearings and oil at all times especially upon shutdown. If it were electric it could be run a minute or two on a timer after engine shutdown to prevent cooking AND you could run an oil that is more specific to the turbo itself rather than the turbo using the oil your engine is running (cleaner too). On turbos with water cooling capabilities, you could use the same separate pump and lubrication concept except have two separate housings and turbines on the pump and also have separate lines for each. Using coolant/water mix and again a hard in-line cooler to circulate coolant throughout the turbo.