Vacuum hose connections and Turbo hoses

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    I am trying to reassemble a 2010 Legacy GT 2.5 turbo hose system.
    Maybe someone who has one can maybe look at their car and answer these questions.

    What is the device that is connected, like an appendix, on the pressure side of the turbo and what is its function? It has a short larger diameter hose connection going downward that connects to the low pressure incoming air duct. There is a connection on the top left of this device that has a slip on nipple for a small diameter hose.

    Where does that small hose from this device go to when it gets near the top side of the engine?

    On the turbo there is a small hose that comes off of what appears to be an oil catch pan on the bottom of the turbo. Where does that hose connect when getting to the top of the engine?

    And what exactly is that pan on the very bottom of the turbo?

    Thanks to everyone who reads this and can help answer my questions. I am an old guy (75) and am finishing the build of a car using the Legacy GT 2.5 turbo in midship location.
     

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    Here is a photo of the appendix device on the turbo outlet.
     

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    Here is a photo of the “pan” under the turbo that I am not sure where this small hose from the top left of this “pan” goes.
    Thanks for the help.
     

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