Originally Posted by SneakyDeeky
Mechanic and I discussed this today and he's going to do a thorough examination prior to install. Based on how the failure occurred, he thought there was a good chance the turbos stopped spooling prior to any metal shavings circulating through the oil line. Any concern or sign of metal fragments will cause us to use the higher mileage turbos that came with the replacement engine. Who knows, maybe RB turbo upgrade later?
Good luck with the rebuild
as you know a 100% oil flush of all lines and components is required before the rebuild to make sure none of the failure shavings are left behind.
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