Hi, I’m Jay from Real Street Performance and today we’re going to talk about turbo oil line etiquette. When you receive your turbocharger the bolts holding the center cartridge to the exhaust housing or turbine housing will be loose. This is so you can clock the turbocharger for your particular application. Clocking your turbocharger is getting the housings where they need to be. So you’re going to want to do it in respect to the oil feed. The oil feed is always going to be facing up. Then this housing can be moved independently. What I normally do is I’ll get the oil feed and drain lines situated where I like them for the particular application. And go ahead and tighten these bolts down around the turbine housing. And then I can move my compressor housing independently. It’s important that the oil feed is facing up and the oil drain is facing down. As engine oil pressure lubricates and cools the turbocharger only gravity lets the oil out of the turbocharger. If you do not have the drain configured correctly the turbocharger will smoke and or blow the oil seals out of it. Not all applications will allow you to mount your turbocharger straight up and down. The manufacturers just give you a 15 degree window to work in. So as long as you have it within 15 degrees, the turbocharger is going to drain fine. Once you’ve got the housing where you want them, it’s important that you go back and double check that all the hardware going from the cartridge to the turbine housing and from the cartridge to the cover is tight. Hopefully you’re taking away some good information from these videos. I’m Jay from Real Street, and I’ll see you next week.