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#1 brianpaul98

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 05:11 PM

I have been asked by quite a few member this year if I would post my steel braided lines on the boards. If you want something specific just let me know as I deal exclusively with Earls and have two other major suppliers that can get just about any Metric, AN, NPT fittings in just about any combination you could want. If I can't get it I can possibly make it for you as I do my turbo oil feed line fittings. There are a variety of color combinations available so just ask if you don't see what your after.  


8AN THERMOSTAT HOUSING AND WATER PUMP COOLANT LINES -$39.99 ***PRICE DROP***Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image


DIRECT FIT COOLANT LINES - $30.99Posted Image

FULL 8AN COOLANT LINE - $80.00Posted ImagePosted Image


FUEL LINE KIT - $89.99 (Will Need Your Upper Fuel Rail)Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image


OIL FEED LINE KIT - $40.00

I now have three choices for the oil feed lines, they come in plain uncovered stainless, clear covered stainless or black covered stainless. The covering helps to protect anything the line rubs against under the hood.Posted Image



OIL DRAIN BACK LINE KIT - $25.99
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OIL COOLER LINES - $189.99Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image

Edited by brianpaul98, 09 August 2016 - 01:58 PM.

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 06:30 PM

whats the pricing?? ive been eyeing the coolent lines and oil cooler lines  fer quite a wile on ebay...

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88 quest:
2.25" d/p w/ 3" cat back & 3" aero muff. (needs to be redone)
marnal head from dad ready for .5 lift w/1.6 rollers & Timc's Ausie roller cam., adj. cam gear
felpro 8770 smashed down w/arp's
Accel 8mm wires w/MSD SS coil.
o-ringed block(copper o-ring), 8:1 wiseco's .30 over, race prep'd rods, polished crank to standard bore w/more arp's
Bosch fuel pump w/ Aeromotive rrfpr @ 38-40  & new replacement FIC injectors
3" GM Maf w/ maf-t (blow through set up)
Inovate lc-1 wideband
XTD - stage 3 clutch
port matched intake, ported exhaust housing
aftermarket front mount I/C with custom I/C pipping.
ported 17c @/13 psi...for now..
...how much hp is that???
(apparently the same as my old engine @ 17lbs with the 17c,...... 249lbs of tq. 182 h/p all at the wheels)


:WARNING: constant nooblet questions and lack of knowledge on the G54B turbo engine, will result in constant criticism of said nooblet questions, and failure to understand that there is no DOHC head., please read terms of agreement and check the box stating that you are said to be over the age of 18, then proceed at your own risk.
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Posted 03 March 2008 - 08:14 PM

Steel Braided Turbo Oil Feed Line ------   $40.00  (PRICE DROP)

Steel Braided Oil Drain Back Line ----  $25.99

Steel Braided Direct Fit Coolant Lines ----- $30.99 (PRICE DROP)

Steel Braided 8AN T-stat Housing To Turbo Coolant Line ----- $39.99 (PRICE DROP)

Steel Braided 8AN Turbo to Water Pump Coolant Line ---- $39.99 (PRICE DROP)

Steel Braided Full 8AN Coolant Line  -- $69.99
(Turbo to Water Pump or Thermostat Housing To Turbo)

Steel Braided Turbo To Water Pump Coolant Line For Use w/ 8AN Line -- $19.99

Steel Braided 6AN Fuel Return Line -----   $35.99

Steel Braided 6AN Oil Cooler Lines  -----   $179.99 (PRICE DROP)


Steel Braided 6AN Complete Fuel Line Kit (will need to use your upper fuel rail) ---- $89.99

Edited by brianpaul98, 16 March 2010 - 01:45 AM.

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Posted 04 March 2008 - 02:05 PM

how much is shipping to 95116 for the direct fit coolent lines..??those are the first pic correct?? i wouldnt have to tap the t-housing for it right??

thanks man

Daniel

View PostLaodicea, on 25 May 2010 - 12:16 PM, said:

  I have a B.S. in Psych and I am a Sociopath as well..I choose to admit it.

88 quest:
2.25" d/p w/ 3" cat back & 3" aero muff. (needs to be redone)
marnal head from dad ready for .5 lift w/1.6 rollers & Timc's Ausie roller cam., adj. cam gear
felpro 8770 smashed down w/arp's
Accel 8mm wires w/MSD SS coil.
o-ringed block(copper o-ring), 8:1 wiseco's .30 over, race prep'd rods, polished crank to standard bore w/more arp's
Bosch fuel pump w/ Aeromotive rrfpr @ 38-40  & new replacement FIC injectors
3" GM Maf w/ maf-t (blow through set up)
Inovate lc-1 wideband
XTD - stage 3 clutch
port matched intake, ported exhaust housing
aftermarket front mount I/C with custom I/C pipping.
ported 17c @/13 psi...for now..
...how much hp is that???
(apparently the same as my old engine @ 17lbs with the 17c,...... 249lbs of tq. 182 h/p all at the wheels)


:WARNING: constant nooblet questions and lack of knowledge on the G54B turbo engine, will result in constant criticism of said nooblet questions, and failure to understand that there is no DOHC head., please read terms of agreement and check the box stating that you are said to be over the age of 18, then proceed at your own risk.
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Posted 04 March 2008 - 07:04 PM

I will be making an order in the next couple weeks
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Posted 04 March 2008 - 10:19 PM

The direct fit coolant lines that are on the price list replace the two factory rubber lines while still using the factory steel hard lines. They are not the AN lines shown in the first picture.

For some reason I can't find the picture of the direct fit steel braided coolant line from the thermostat housing installed but in the below picture you can see where it goes circled in red.

This is the pair of direct fit coolant lines you will receive.



This picture shows the factory rubber hose the thermostst housing steel braided coolant line replaces.



You can see the direct fit water pump coolant line in the picture below.



Shipping cost with delivery confirmation for the direct fit coolant lines is $5.25 through USPS priority mail. If you want them insured for $36.00 the total will $6.90. If you want other items I will combine shipping to save you as much as I can.

Only USPS money orders are accepted and Paypal. If you will use Paypal you must have a confirmed shipping address. Please be aware that the fee will be added for all Paypal transactions. If you have any questions please let me know.

Edited by brianpaul98, 02 April 2008 - 12:40 PM.

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Posted 13 March 2008 - 08:58 AM

Steel Braided Turbo Oil Feed Line ------ $45.99

Steel Braided Oil Drain Back Line ---- $25.99


And what lines for Coolent will work with out changing anything?

How long will it take to get these once paid for?

Shipped to 48182
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Posted 13 March 2008 - 09:22 AM

How much is this one?  All those prices for different cooling lines has me confused. I wanna make sure I'm getting the right one.

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Posted 17 March 2008 - 09:38 AM

Take it they are not selling these sinec they are not replying?
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Posted 19 March 2008 - 12:51 AM

he should be sellen them..he has em on ebay all the time.,

View PostLaodicea, on 25 May 2010 - 12:16 PM, said:

  I have a B.S. in Psych and I am a Sociopath as well..I choose to admit it.

88 quest:
2.25" d/p w/ 3" cat back & 3" aero muff. (needs to be redone)
marnal head from dad ready for .5 lift w/1.6 rollers & Timc's Ausie roller cam., adj. cam gear
felpro 8770 smashed down w/arp's
Accel 8mm wires w/MSD SS coil.
o-ringed block(copper o-ring), 8:1 wiseco's .30 over, race prep'd rods, polished crank to standard bore w/more arp's
Bosch fuel pump w/ Aeromotive rrfpr @ 38-40  & new replacement FIC injectors
3" GM Maf w/ maf-t (blow through set up)
Inovate lc-1 wideband
XTD - stage 3 clutch
port matched intake, ported exhaust housing
aftermarket front mount I/C with custom I/C pipping.
ported 17c @/13 psi...for now..
...how much hp is that???
(apparently the same as my old engine @ 17lbs with the 17c,...... 249lbs of tq. 182 h/p all at the wheels)


:WARNING: constant nooblet questions and lack of knowledge on the G54B turbo engine, will result in constant criticism of said nooblet questions, and failure to understand that there is no DOHC head., please read terms of agreement and check the box stating that you are said to be over the age of 18, then proceed at your own risk.
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Posted 19 March 2008 - 12:04 PM

QUOTE (natedog_37 @ Mar 17 2008, 10:38 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Take it they are not selling these sinec they are not replying?



He couldn't figure out his password problem.

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Posted 23 March 2008 - 02:36 PM

Just got my oil return, and water feed and return lines installed and they're great.  Had to have custom lengths made because my header holds the turbo farther from the block than stock but the delivery time was still really fast and quality is top notch.



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Posted 02 April 2008 - 12:36 PM

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 01:09 PM

Either set of coolant lines I sell will work without modifications. The difference is with the direct fit lines you just remove the factory rubber lines and put the direct fit lines in their place. With the 8AN lines you remove the factory rubber hoses and the factory steel hard lines and replace them with the complete 8AN coolant line kit.



The kit comes with the steel braided line and the adapter which replaces the poor flowing banjo fittings.




Please contact me before ordering to be sure I have everything in stock at that time. I'm not out of stock often but I do get orders coming in every day so I may be waiting for a new shipment of fittings to come in. If everything is in stock I will ship the next business day after your payment is received.


Shipping cost with delivery confirmation for the oil feed line and the oil drain back line is $5.95 through USPS priority mail. If you want them insured for $75.00 the total shipping cost will be $8.00. If you want other items I will combine shipping to save you as much as I can.

Only USPS money orders are accepted and Paypal. If you will use Paypal you must have a confirmed shipping address. Please be aware that the fee will be added for all Paypal transactions. Contact me with whatever lines your interested in and I will send you an invoice.

If you have any questions please let me know.





QUOTE (natedog_37 @ Mar 13 2008, 02:58 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Steel Braided Turbo Oil Feed Line ------ $45.99

Steel Braided Oil Drain Back Line ---- $25.99


And what lines for Coolent will work with out changing anything?

How long will it take to get these once paid for?

Shipped to 48182

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 01:37 PM

Hello Daniel,

I was having a difficult time getting back on the site this past week and I'm not sure I fully answered your question.

I have direct fit coolant lines that just replace the factory rubber coolant hoses. They are the easiest of the coolant lines to swap out for someone that doesn't want to start taking things apart.

Then I have the 8AN coolant lines that you need to remove the banjo fittings on the turbo and take off the steel coolant hardlines along with the factory rubber lines. You get adapters with the 8AN lines and screw them into the turbo and the fitting just screws onto the adapter. The other end of the line just pushes over the factory water pipe on the thermostat housing or the water pump and uses a hose clamp to tighten it up. This is still just a bolt on setup, no drilling or tapping involved.

The top of the line is the FULL 8AN steel braided coolant lines which you remove the small pipe from the thermostat housing and from the water pump then drill and tap the hole so an additional adapter fitting can be installed.



This means you have an 8AN fitting at the turbo and at the water pump / thermostat housing for a completly sealed system that will not leak. This is a great upgrade for an engine that you will already be changing the water pump or the thermostst housing pipe is corroded, pitted and already leaking.

I checked Autozone and Advance and both say they can get new (not remanufactured) water pumps for about $50.00 plus tax with a lifetime warranty. I was told by the dealer the thermostat housings are no longer available the last time I ordered them just a month ago so you might want to grab up a spare just in case yours ever gets so bad you can't stop it from leaking. If you wanted to send me the water pump and thermostat housing I can also install the fittings for you.


If you have any other questions please let me know.

Brian



QUOTE (dstar88 @ Mar 4 2008, 08:05 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
how much is shipping to 95116 for the direct fit coolent lines..??those are the first pic correct?? i wouldnt have to tap the t-housing for it right??

thanks man

Daniel

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 01:46 PM

Hello Sully,

Sorry for the confusion and I want to apologize for this delay. I wanted to straighten up this post but in the past week or so I couldn't get my password to work because the site had flip flopped back to the original site, then it wasn't working at all and now its back to the new site again. Every time I went to log in I couldn't access my acount until just today.

Ok, this line your asking about is the 8AN thermostst housing coolant line and it's $45.00 plus shipping. It has the 8AN fitting at the turbo eliminating the banjo fitting and factory hard line and it just pushes onto the thermostat housing. There is a hose clamp inside the Earls hose end for easy installation. No drilling and tapping involved.

Let me know if you have any other questions and I will be happy to answer them for you.







QUOTE (Sully @ Mar 13 2008, 03:22 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
How much is this one?  All those prices for different cooling lines has me confused. I wanna make sure I'm getting the right one.

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 01:52 PM

Hey Chip,

I wish I knew your turbo compressor housing was bigger I would have put a 45 degree fitting on the thermostat housing side of the turbo for better clearance. The lines look great. Thanks




QUOTE (chiplee @ Mar 23 2008, 08:36 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Just got my oil return, and water feed and return lines installed and they're great.  Had to have custom lengths made because my header holds the turbo farther from the block than stock but the delivery time was still really fast and quality is top notch.



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Posted 02 April 2008 - 02:02 PM

UPPER FUEL INJECTOR RAILS NEEDED

I am in dire need of the upper fuel injector rails for my fuel line kits. I have not been getting them back as cores so I completely ran out. Anyone who wants a fuel line kit :



Please be sure you can send a fuel injector rail (aluminum part) with it.



ADDITIONAL DISCOUNT

I want to give an option with your steel braided lines. Anyone who wants steel braided lines and you have a spare upper fuel injector rail I will give you a $10.00 discount per order off the lines you are purchasing. I can use at least 10 fuel rails at this time so I can get them back in stock and continue offering this great fuel line kit.

Thanks and take care

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Edited by brianpaul98, 02 April 2008 - 03:46 PM.

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 03:52 PM

I have 2 complete intake manifolds, fuel rail, throttle body, injectors . PM me if your interested.

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 10:01 PM

I'd like to order a set of oil cooler lines, and the 8AN coolant line that pushes on at the thermostat housing. The short oil drainback, and below that is a 1/2" U shaped rubber hose connecting  two metal tubes. One of the metal tube goes to the passenger side of turbo. The other runs along the engine below the exhaust manifold and around to the heater hoses. I'd like a fitting and line from the right side of the turbo and clamp to the metal tube just below the drainback line. Please let me know, including quote and paypal fees. Thanks
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