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DI RR Driver Side Rear Port line routing

I think I've lifted the turbo in and out 10 times now. I can't get the turbo shroud (ATS ported) to clear the fitting/hose. I've been trying different angles with no luck.

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Re: DI RR Driver Side Rear Port line routing

Where are you located? It's tight back there but you should be able to rotate the fitting so it or the hose doesn't hit, unless the hose is too short. I had an ATS turbo when I installed mine.

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Re: DI RR Driver Side Rear Port line routing

almost done my DI RR kit..everything was great...doing line test i one dripping line on one of the feed fittings on the bowl..gave one more turn and the damn bowl split..any one got a spare bowl they want to sell??

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Re: DI RR Driver Side Rear Port line routing

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Where are you located? It's tight back there but you should be able to rotate the fitting so it or the hose doesn't hit, unless the hose is too short. I had an ATS turbo when I installed mine.
Indianapolis. I just can't get the fuel line to clear or be in the right spot so I can lay the turbo back in


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Re: DI RR Driver Side Rear Port line routing

When I did my DI RR, I had the line that was up against the compressor housing. I have just a stock turbo if that makes any difference. Just recently I got back in there and messed around with it. I think I ran it under that wiring harness that is on that side, and it pulled it away from the compressor. Even after 7 or 8 months of being against the housing, there was no damage to the hose.

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Re: DI RR Driver Side Rear Port line routing

Good to know. Thanks a bunch.


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Re: DI RR Driver Side Rear Port line routing

this is about the best picture i could get. i think i already had my ats housing on the turbo, and i did not remove the turbo to install the the di regulated return. hope this helps!
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Perfect. Thanks for taking the time to get me a pic.


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Re: DI RR Driver Side Rear Port line routing

the line will go right underneath the intake for the turbo

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