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This is the guy that sells oil lines and related parts to just about eveyone over at honda-tech. He is a great guy and can find just about any fitting that you need. For example he found me a 1/2BSPT to -10AN so that i could do a stainless oil return line without having to re-tap the stock DET block bung. He also got me all the hardware i needed to run a braided line from the factory DET oil feed port to my new t3/to4E. Hit him up and he will have what you need.
I didnt have enough time to get the return on the car but i did take a pic of some of the parts. There is another 45 degree 1/2NPTto 10AN fitting that isnt in the pic. I got 2 different 45 Degree fittings because im not really sure which one is going to work best once i get under the car and check everything out. The straight stainless fitting in the pic is the 1/2BSPT to 10AN fitting that screws into the factory DET oil return port. Ill be home this weekend, so ill get some pics of the parts on the car at that time.
I got all of the return parts for $50, but i got a bit of a discount because i brought the guy some business and he's local. The normal price for everthing would be $75, but you would have to e-mail him to confirm that price. The $75 is for a honda return line, that has a couple parts that we dont really need.
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