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Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by ruffrida, Jun 19, 2014.

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    Been meaning to add the one I have had sat in the garage for ages LOL.......every little helps
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    So they are good then?
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    I can see why it's better to burn clean air. But I can also see why its beneficial to mildly oil the cool side of the turbo.
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    ??????
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    Well with a catch tank, you stop oil vapour going into the turbo, inlet, intercooler.
    So with a catch tank you burn cleaner air. But there's less oil on the turbine on the cool side of the turbo.
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    Get ya now, dont think i will be bothering, aint ever caused me a problem with anyother TDI's i have had !!
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