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Earls Restrictor Flare Jet Holder Fitting

Flare Jet Holder Fitting -4 AN Oil Restrictor Jet Holder Fititng -7/16"-24 Inverted Flare Male, 2024 Aluminum w/ Black Anodized Finish

PART# GT0005ERL

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Oil restrictor fittings may be necessary on Ball-Bearing style turbos, and are not always required. Check the oiling system carefully and make sure there is not another problem (such as inadequate PVC venting or oil drain restrictions) that is causing the oil leaks and smoking, before restricting the inlet side of the oiling system. If restrictors are used to reduce oil leaks and smoking, start w/ a large restrictor and work your way down carefully to eliminate damage to the turbo (from over restricting the oil).

Overview

In some turbo systems, it may be necessary to restrict the oil supply side of the system to prevent oil leaks and smoking. Special flare jet -4 AN style jet holders are available, w/ several optional restrictors to fine tune the oiling system (similar in design to a nitrous style Flare Jet, except in a larger -4 AN size). These adjustable restrictor jets & holders may also work in some EFI applications to dampen the signal for remote mounted sensors.

Features:

  • Adjustable Oil Restrictor Fittings for the Oil Feed (Flare Jet -4 AN Style – Similar to Nitrous Flare Jets)
  • Use w/ Turbo Oil Restrictor Flare Jets (Sold Separately)
  • These Fittings are Made from 2024 Aluminum w/ Black Anodized Finish
  • Use w/ -4 AN Oil Supply Hose

Specs

Adapter AN Size ( A )4 AN MALE
Adapter Port Size ( B )7/16-24 I.F.
AngleStraight
BrandEarls
Emission Code5
FinishAnodized Black
Material2024 Aluminum
Product LinePremium
Product TypeFlare Jet Holder
Part NumberGT0005ERL

Emissions

This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.

Tech Resources

Oil restrictor fittings may be necessary on Ball-Bearing style turbos, and are not always required. Check the oiling system carefully and make sure there is not another problem (such as inadequate PVC venting or oil drain restrictions) that is causing the oil leaks and smoking, before restricting the inlet side of the oiling system. If restrictors are used to reduce oil leaks and smoking, start w/ a large restrictor and work your way down carefully to eliminate damage to the turbo (from over restricting the oil).
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