Oil Feed Pipes
Reliable turbocharger lubrication
In turbocharged engines, the oil feed pipe (or line) is connected to the engine lubrication system.
Its main function is to secure appropriate lubrication needed for the turbocharger unit and specifically, for its shaft.
The feed pipe supplies engine oil from the engine block directly to the turbo's bearing system, securing lubrication and cooling for the turbo shaft.
Perfect finish and product fit, enabling a quick and smooth product installation (First- Time-Right Fitting).
Initial range of more than 150 items at the time of launch (Autumn 2020), covering 99% vehicle models where Nissens turbo is available.
OE Matching Quality
Designed and manufactured for the aftermarket.
Reliability & Performance
Materials applied and tests performed ensure a proven, reliable operation.
Nissens' Product Benefits
Our comprehensive approach to product development, including the design phase, materials applied (galvanized steel) and tests performed- ensures long life span of Nissens' products.
Proper Turbo Lubrication
Nissens Oil Feed Pipes are thoroughly prepared to ensure appropriate lubrication and cooling of the turbo shaft - key conditions needed for a reliable operation of turbocharger units.
Lubrication is one of the most critical aspects for the turbo operation. It eliminates frictions and cools down its key components. Is essential for the turbocharger's proper operation and long lifespan.
Limited oil flow to or/and from the turbo will lead the turbo to an accelerated wear and tear. Majority of premature turbo failure link to improper lubrication and this, among others, may have its root cause in malfunction of the oil feed pipe.
Oil Feed Pipes should always be replaced along with a new turbo fitting. OFP represents a relatively low cost when replaced compared to the expensive turbocharger/engine failures it may provoke when malfunctioning.