I have been driving the car around with the turbo installed to help troubleshoot all the small issues. That, and I just like driving the car because of all the fun mods on it that make it fun to drive. I have also been installing parts bit by bit and learned some interesting things along the way. This is the progress after a few hundred miles and some of the things learned.
The first things required to get the car running were the oil lines from Dyme PSI. They had the oil lines ready for me in a day and they fit perfectly. You can see how the oil drain line runs parallel with the compressor outlet pipe.
The other end of the oil drain line was screwed onto the welded fitting on the timing chain cover.
The other two oil lines from Dyme PSI required to get the car running were the oil lines from the Improved Racing remote oil filter take-off adapter to the Improved Racing remote oil filter mount. As you can see, it is all a tight fit. The fitment was tested with the Dyme PSI Rattlesnack kit and then when the real lines were made, they fit perfectly. They had to because of the lack of space.
Yup, it’s a tight fit against the A/C line.
The oil lines snake between the frame rail and the steering rack. Dyme PSI included sleeves over the oil lines to protect them.