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      06-22-2013 02:46 AM #1
      So, a couple of months ago I bought a hybrid oil pan for my 1.8t. Little did I know, it was literally just the oil pan (no accessories) but, I got it for a good deal so I can't really complain.

      I am now looking for the "oil pickup tube" and "hybrid oil pan adapter" as shown here on ECS. http://www.ecstuning.com/ES2102397/ It appears that they don't sell just the adapter anymore and I can't seem to find it anywhere else.

      Does anybody know where I might be able to find this? And possibly the other hardware.


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      06-22-2013 03:00 AM #3
      Just buy another kit, you know you will break a few pans
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      06-22-2013 03:13 AM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by garretsoccer2 View Post
      Take 2 more seconds to notice that it says "this product is no longer available"... I know what I am talking about...

      Quote Originally Posted by Kujiwara View Post
      Just buy another kit, you know you will break a few pans
      I thought that's what the point of the hybrid pan is? to not break? right?

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      06-23-2013 01:33 PM #5
      any help?

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      06-23-2013 04:14 PM #6
      Buy a hybrid oil return line.
      Here is a used one
      http://compare.ebay.com/like/3309426...Types&var=sbar

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      06-24-2013 01:44 PM #7
      Does this mean I don't need the adapter or the oil pickup tube?
      Last edited by Luck o' the Irish; 06-24-2013 at 01:52 PM.

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      06-24-2013 04:19 PM #8
      If you get that return line you will not need the adapter. As for the oil pick up tube I believe you can purchase that separately.
      http://www.ecstuning.com/Volkswagen-...kup/ES2130256/

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      Last edited by charles_3; 06-24-2013 at 04:32 PM.

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      06-25-2013 01:35 AM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by charles_3 View Post
      If you get that return line you will not need the adapter. As for the oil pick up tube I believe you can purchase that separately.
      http://www.ecstuning.com/Volkswagen-...kup/ES2130256/

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      Ahh thank you, you have been very helpful. One last thing though; do I already have one of these on my car or do I need to buy this one specifically for the hybrid pan? Or is it just recommended to change these when changing pans? Thanks again

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      06-25-2013 01:39 AM #10
      Yes you need the line I posted. The flange that connects to the oil pan is oriented specifically to fit the hybrid pan.

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      06-25-2013 03:42 AM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by charles_3 View Post
      Yes you need the line I posted. The flange that connects to the oil pan is oriented specifically to fit the hybrid pan.

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      You are referring to the return line correct? What about the pickup tube?

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      06-25-2013 04:36 AM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by Luck o' the Irish View Post
      You are referring to the return line correct? What about the pickup tube?
      yes the pick up tube part# 06A115251G and oil return line part# 06A145735AB are specific to the hybrid pan set up and are available from the links previously posted

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      06-25-2013 02:10 PM #13
      Quote Originally Posted by charles_3 View Post
      yes the pick up tube part# 06A115251G and oil return line part# 06A145735AB are specific to the hybrid pan set up and are available from the links previously posted
      Thanks!

    13. 06-25-2013 04:31 PM #14
      Quote Originally Posted by Luck o' the Irish View Post
      Take 2 more seconds to notice that it says "this product is no longer available"... I know what I am talking about...

      HA!

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      06-26-2013 12:05 PM #15
      Quote Originally Posted by Luck o' the Irish View Post
      Take 2 more seconds to notice that it says "this product is no longer available"... I know what I am talking about...
      Oil Pan adapter is showing available for sale

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      06-26-2013 12:25 PM #16
      PM sent.


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      06-26-2013 01:50 PM #17
      Quote Originally Posted by TheEvilEmpire View Post
      Oil Pan adapter is showing available for sale
      Must have been sold out of them or something. It was unavailable when I last checked and I just got a PM from and ECS guy about it.

      Thanks guys

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      10-30-2013 01:15 AM #18
      Duplicate Post
      Last edited by Hedgehodge; 10-30-2013 at 01:58 AM.

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      10-30-2013 01:21 AM #19
      EDIT* DO 1.8 and 2.0 have EXACTLY the same oil pan minus the part number?--Was answered and didnt even notice...missing turbo return line hole lol. Wonder if it was 2.0T
      EDIT* I found the right part numbers for the oil pan I think:

      Oil Pan:
      06A103601AP ECSTuning (OEM) 215.52
      06A103601AA ECSTuning (MTC) 79.95
      06A103601AA MJM (MTC) 124.95(free shipping in US)
      06A103601AA UROTUNING...? (MTC) 99.99

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      Rich people oil pans and trackers/spirited drivers?

      OMGzWTF4Real 152 bucks + oil pan (going to ask if fits in hybrid; looks like it only fits in oem ones with oil level sensors)

      Baffled Oil Pan INA 530 with oil return line....wonder if that is all I would need...no clue on this, just ran into it

      Baffled Sumps Forge 285 ...also no clue what else needs done or bought

      Baffled Sumps Forge 269.99
      Pro Alloy Motorsports Pro Alloy Motorsports 281/337 (i think) (if you live in UK...DOH)
      Also dont know if the above 4 items that are bold are steel or anything stronger, however I think they sit higher than the subframe so I doubt they would get hit?

      I did find this about baffled sumps though, so it would be in regards to the Forge one by the looks of it since Pro Alloy said
      New updated design.... Stainless steel gates now used....
      however those wires holding it together look horrid lol:

      One here which seems one of the best prices I've seen:

      Pro Alloy Motorsport - Alloy Racing Tanks - VAG 1.8T Baffled Sump
      the pictured pro-alloy one makes me nervous of the rubber baffles only being retained by their 2 little "pips"
      I have known 2 sumps of this "ilk" detach a rubber baffle, which unluckily for the owners got sucked into the oil pickup pipe, causeing loss of oil pressure and.... well, you can imagine.

      SEAT Sport sumps, of which there are copies of, have a large full width rubber baffle which does not come off. This is the type I run and use, and they are now available thru backdraft motorsport
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      I was just curious if this is the right hybrid oil pan for our 1.8t MKIV GTIs. I'm going to call up these newly found website and see wtf this is all about tomorrow. It shows these three part numbers for this one item in the description, DO WE USE THE SAME OIL PAN FOR 1.8T AND 2.0?! ***EDIT***:....still confused this shows a hole for turbo line...calling him up tomorrow for sure now:

      http://www.hansautoparts.com/06A103601TOilPan.aspx

      06A103601T -- is 2.0 and TDI according to ECSTuning
      06A103601AA- 1.8T
      1JM198601AA- 1.8T KIT



      oil pan --PICK FROM ABOVE AND ADD TO OTHER **** TOTAL PRICE
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      OTHER ****

      oil pickup tube --22 (1stvwparts) 06A115251(from2004 up?) OR? 06A115251G(for up to 2003-$20)....I would want the one for 2004+ right since hybrid came on 2004+ right?
      oil line -128(1stvwparts) 06A145735AB
      oil -25 (Walmart)
      oil filter -6.50 (1stvwparts)
      turbo oil line gasket- 4.18x2 8.36(1stvwparts) 058145757A
      screws -.43x20 8.60(1stvwparts) N10338903 ....these are WRONG I'm almost certain....anyone know the right part number please
      o-ring - no idea on this part number either, but germanautoparts has it for 2.48

      ^^^^^^^^^^
      ALL OEM other than obvious pan since not sure yet and o-ring maybe

      TOTAL=178.94 + shipping (+/1 $2 due to oil pickup tube question EDIT THIS OUT LATER depending on oil prices too/o-ring/correct screws?)

      -31.5 if have oil and oil filter (25+6.50) (NOTE FOR ME)


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      GERMANAUTOPARTS

      Engine oil pan update kit. Includes updated steel bottom pan (without hole for level sender), updated oil pump pickup tube and updated turbo oil return line, also drain plug and seal. Original equipment pan, made in Brazil.

      $260.50 (THIS is MISSING oil, oil filter, screws?, and turbo oil link gaskets=$48.46 more required)$308.96 + shipping

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      ECSTUNING


      also not sure if id want the adapter from reading about it leaking and rubbing, up to you if you want to chance it and then have to spend another 128 for the OEM turbo line. Which would bring the cost up to $349.95!!! also not the same oil i use, rather stick with what i've been using.

      221.95 + shipping

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      I tried to get it all at one place minus the oil pan to cut down on multiple shipping costs.


      Do we run into these problems like the 2.0 does for our 1.8T?
      Last edited by Hedgehodge; 10-30-2013 at 03:29 AM.

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      10-30-2013 02:14 AM #20
      The 2.0L pan is not the same as the 1.8t pan since it will not have the hole in the side for the oil line to the turbo.
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      10-30-2013 02:35 AM #21
      Thank you! I didn't even notice that missing hole, so tired...haha. I'd imagine it COULD be drilled into it but why bother screwing something up.

      If a 2.0 wanted a turbo installed (dont think 2.0 was turbo back for mk4 right? just started mkvi right?) they would have to buy a 1.8T pan then? or drill the hole?
      Last edited by Hedgehodge; 10-30-2013 at 02:39 AM.

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      10-30-2013 02:43 AM #22
      oh yeah, did I mention the only reason im doing this upgrade is because of stupid ass Midas and extended warranty requires me to have oil change receipts...guess who stripped my oil pan and put some red rtv sealant there to slow the leak.... The one time I told gf to take my car in this happens...and they also didnt give her the receipt so now I have no proof of anything nor would I have anyways even with receipt. Argh

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      10-30-2013 09:20 PM #23
      anyone have anything to say about baffled (my first post above has some) vs hybrid oil pan? Thanks

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      10-30-2013 11:04 PM #24
      Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehodge View Post
      anyone have anything to say about baffled (my first post above has some) vs hybrid oil pan? Thanks
      They are completely unrelated. No race car = no baffles required.

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      10-31-2013 12:13 AM #25
      I just liked taking ramps fast and having fun when its safe to (oxymoron right) fun and safe when it comes to cars. But okay thanks Probably going to try and track these guys down for their steel one with baffles anyways. INA Facebook (319 for baffled) -- Here

    25. 10-31-2013 03:08 AM #26
      I don't think you really need to fool with the pick up tube. Me and a bunny went through all of this with his, we lucked out and he had the hybrid line on his old turbo from his old motor. He is running stock pick up line and it seems fine. If this is in fact bad, someone please chime in, but his seems to be running fine.

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      10-31-2013 12:29 PM #27
      Quote Originally Posted by Cody_dub View Post
      I don't think you really need to fool with the pick up tube. Me and a bunny went through all of this with his, we lucked out and he had the hybrid line on his old turbo from his old motor. He is running stock pick up line and it seems fine. If this is in fact bad, someone please chime in, but his seems to be running fine.
      I think from all the research I did from 2004+ they were given the hybrid pan which would mean he was also given the hybrid oil line too. Are you talking about not needing the change the tube or the return line? I'm pretty sure I have to change my pick up tube, pan and oil line since I have a 2001 (tech a 2000--engine code AWD(first of our model)). But yeah someone chime in please

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      10-31-2013 12:29 PM #28
      oil pickup tube --22 (1stvwparts) 06A115251(from2004 up?) OR? 06A115251G(for up to 2003-$20)....I would want the one for 2004+ right since hybrid came on 2004+ right?

    28. 10-31-2013 01:19 PM #29
      Well, his first block was from his Gli, the second, which is the one he has now, is just a normal 1.8t. That would make sense why his old turbo had the hybrid return line, but on the second one he's using stock pick up tube.

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