Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by projectxspeed, Feb 15, 2005.
Which do you think is the best option?
Bad name for a thread.
I'd go with the sandwich adapter, but the T fitting is cheaper and just as good.
Those are good too don't you wish you could be the pole eh eh
This is what the Golden Eagle adapter looks like /
This is what the Oil pressure sensor T-fitting looks like
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Thanks that is exactly what I wanted
sandwhich filter. nice and clean, and won't break off.
and make sure you run -3 hose
probably cause im new to ls/ vtech and have only read minimul articles on them
but that golden eagle thing is new to me, but it seems really cool. ive read about tapping two oil holes for ls v tech, and that i geuss eliminates one, one question, where does the t fitting plug into for tubos??
The golden eagle plate goes between the engine and the oil filter. The T-fitting screws (hehe screws) into the engine right next to the oil filter and then the oil pressure sensor and the turbo (or vtec or both ) oil line plug into the T-Fitting as well.
flex-a-lite sandwich adapter.
One hole blocked off or used for the return line since it will get pressure to it...but I wouldn't do it.
I've used the flex-a-lite adpater before and has never failed me.
GE is good but kinda expensive.
T fitting works but I wouldn't do that either.
Why is there no love for the ever ghetto cheap T-Fitting?
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