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Old 05-06-2016, 07:52 PM
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Originally Posted by OverBoosted28 View Post
I think only Kevin and RUF are the only commercially available return lines, with inverted P-traps. Turbokraft only has the oil feed lines, with the check valves. There's no check valves in the return lines, only the inverted traps.
I stand correct in what I said previously Here is a screen shot...


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I stand correct in what I said previously Here is a screen shot...


Can you provide a link for that kit?
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Old 05-06-2016, 09:49 PM
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Default Regarding RUF P-Trap pipes ordering

From the thread I posted earlier:

'Originally Posted by nine45s View Post
Nice stable DRPM.
Got a link to the RUF P trap lines ???


U can email:
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If you already have the check valves installed just ask him for the oil return lines for 993TT. Cost is around 170 Euro for the pair + shipping
Perfect fit and great service.

They also sell a complete kit with check valves which is very reasonably priced IMO.
Good luck.'

Sorry for the poor cross post. Somewhere there is a RUF catalog pdf with the p-traps but you just need to email the guy above. I like the idea of having a little RUF in my car.
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Originally Posted by DiegoR View Post
I stand correct in what I said previously Here is a screen shot...


I stand "corrected" (-:
I must have an older bookmark, since I had never seen it. Thanks for clarifying my misinformation.

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A previous owner installed the turbo craft feed lines and even though I fill so the oil level and temp gage and stick each read 1/3 or 1/2 ie. they match as the oil heats up, I've never had smoke. In my case the return lines have not been necessary.
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Originally Posted by PiB993 View Post
From the thread I posted earlier:

'Originally Posted by nine45s View Post
Nice stable DRPM.
Got a link to the RUF P trap lines ???


U can email:
[email protected]
If you already have the check valves installed just ask him for the oil return lines for 993TT. Cost is around 170 Euro for the pair + shipping
Perfect fit and great service.

They also sell a complete kit with check valves which is very reasonably priced IMO.
Good luck.'

Sorry for the poor cross post. Somewhere there is a RUF catalog pdf with the p-traps but you just need to email the guy above. I like the idea of having a little RUF in my car.
^
RUF Product served me very well

Contact Stephan and he will do same I'm sure

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Originally Posted by smokersteve View Post
Just placed the order for the oil feed check valve kiy from TurboKraft



Now I'm still looking for the oil return lines with the upside down "P" trap design.
I have not found anyone that makes them.
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Originally Posted by smokersteve View Post
Can you provide a link for that kit?
There's a no link I believe. You would need to email them directly asking for it. At this point I'm not sure if that kit is direct bolt on or you need to bend/cut the lines to make them fit? It's a bit pricey IMO. I just purchased the oil feed turbo lines kit from them only.


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I stand "corrected" (-:
I must have an older bookmark, since I had never seen it. Thanks for clarifying miss misinformation.
Haa! My english is not that good, thanks for the correction!

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Below is the Ruf "oil stop valve kit" Basically the P-Traps and Check Valves. The shipping speed was amazing. I paid last Thursday and received them Monday! But - $553.81usd at the time. (474 Euro) Shipping and paypal fees were 80 euros.


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Originally Posted by PiB993 View Post
Below is the Ruf "oil stop valve kit" Basically the P-Traps and Check Valves. The shipping speed was amazing. I paid last Thursday and received them Monday! But - $553.81usd at the time. (474 Euro) Shipping and paypal fees were 80 euros.


I think I paid about $425 (TurboKraft) a few years back, for my feed lines/valves. If I was doing it now, I'd go all in for this kit. Like the banjo ends better.
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I emailed him a week ago and no reply. I have the feed check valves from turbo kraft. Still trying to find somewhere to get the drain tubes....
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You know the Germans. They have extensive holidays and breaks. It took a few days for him to initially respond to me.
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Default Turbo Kraft

I like the high loops on the TK feed lines.....
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Originally Posted by PiB993 View Post
Below is the Ruf "oil stop valve kit" Basically the P-Traps and Check Valves. The shipping speed was amazing. I paid last Thursday and received them Monday! But - $553.81usd at the time. (474 Euro) Shipping and paypal fees were 80 euros.


great kit from RUF, quality is worth every euro :-)
the oil return lines fit perfectly.
i recommend a little permatex 54540 on each tube end and first threads to seal.
alternatively RUF use the Porsche gasket per pic.
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Originally Posted by smokersteve View Post
I emailed him a week ago and no reply. I have the feed check valves from turbo kraft. Still trying to find somewhere to get the drain tubes....
keep after RUF, they are sometimes a little busy...good luck
i called them on Skype,
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