I thought since I mentioned it, I'd get right down to business! LOL This picture shows the PCV lines, "PCV" Positive Crankcase Ventilation, this takes combusted gases within the crankcase and puts them BACK into the carburetor for a re-burning effect, todays cars this gives way better MPG road BUT also helps power too, makes the engine more efficient! Burning as close to 100% of the petro put into a cylinder! Times that by 8, you get a couple extra ponies at the flywheel! This one showing the lines, what they're for and how it all looks together... This is that "Turbo T" for air intake, this is the acceptor for the pipe yet to be made as this will go to a "blower hat"...That sits a top a plenum, thats the supply of air from the aftercooler.... The above pictures show oil pan lines that are turbo lube supply lines, notice, the split oil pan.....This is to keep the oil moving through the engine and exchange from time to time through a single oil filter, which is the front line seen here. Other side, showing Turbo lube "return" line, going back into the oil pan, notice location from "supply" to "return" Supply comes from the bottom of the pan, internal pump, to be "returned" at the top of the oil pan. MORE to come following these messages!