here is my remote mount build. the pics sort of trail off, i changed the intake and maf housing from what you see in the pics. im running the stock maf sensor in a housing that was made by vmp. i tried to find another one on ebay because they used to sell them there. i paid $30, went on their web site and found this http://www.vmptuning.com/store/index...=230&parent=99
now i see why they dot sell them on ebay, werent making money.
i use the stock fuel pump with a BAP
this oil pump http://www.pumpvendor.com/Jabsco_23220_series.html
you dont tap the oil pan for oil, you run a T fitting off the the side of the block where the oil pressure sending unit is attached. you then plumb the oil line to the turbo, the oil pump will send the oil back to the motor after its been in the turbo. i run the oil back to the oil fill cap because it was easy and thats how sts does it. one thing i didnt realize is that there is an oiling issue with remote mount turbos that can only be solved two ways. for just a moment, lets think of time in milliseconds. while the truck is idling, oil pressure in the motor and there for going to the turbo is about 40psi. that means that long oil line from the motor to the turbo is full of oil charged to 40psi. at the instant you kill the motor, oil is still in the line at 40psi and it has only one way to go, to the turbo. the oil wont stay pressurized due to the laws of defussion (high pressure moves to low pressure areas). if your oil pump shuts off with the truck, you just flooded the turbo with oil and that oil will push past the seals and into the exhaust. when you start the truck back up the exhaust will be full of oil and when it burns, huge cloud of smoke. long story short you need to run the pump for a few seconds after the truck shuts off or have an automatic valve to kill the feed of oil. i went with the ladder option. went on ebay, bought a 1 way check valve rated to 10psi from duda diesel and put that just before the turbo. it takes just a fraction of a second for the oil pressure to drop from 40 to 10 and at 10psi the check valve slams shut stopping the flow of oil so the turbo isnt flooded. i think i paid about $5. you will also need a restrictor at the turbo, 1/16" is standard, i run 3/32" restrictor on the truck and both turbos on my stang.
40mm is way too small, dont even bother. i run a 70mm on my truck, could get away with a 60mm at the smallest but depends on the specs. is it t3 or t4, what ar number?
you can get an ic off ebay for $100, just run one, you will be happier. ic allows you to make more power without adding boost.
for parts, check out ebay, theturboforums.com and corral.net yes i know corral is a mustang site but turbo parts are universal
^^^^if a bunch of that didnt make sense its because my fiance is yelling at me to take her to dinner so i typed really fast.
if you have any other questions just ask