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Originally Posted by MrRPJ View Post
right now in that pic the sump is 140mm from the ground but im changing to a rear hump sump as my cradle doubles up as a bash plate

All up the pipe work was about 4kg I just brought straight lengths and bent them with a mates bender.
oh wow thats way more than it looks yeah, my main reason for wanting to run this pan is i doubt the effectiveness of a stock F body pan for oil control with the engine backwards, whereas this RR pan has oil control baffles for all directions. I was thinking of doing something along the line of these, but for the rear

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/grn-350222?seid=srese1&cm_mmc=pla-google-_-shopping-_-srese1-_-granatelli-motor-sports&gclid=CjwKCAjwiurXBRAnEiwAk2GFZhDU1TZqiAUuWrSnCULi q9qT8Tbm-Dpk9GgK-F7PvrSmDWwSZxTKARoCQhgQAvD_BwE
basically just a small, nylon, high durometer wheel for when the cradle contacts the ground to provide a rolling surface to prevent damage
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