It's going to be a couple of weeks before I can get you guys pictures and I can probably give you a good enough description in less than a thousand words.
Big blue tube, gauge on one end, manual valve and -AN 90 on the other.
-AN fitting is level with and almost against the center console. Gauge is almost touching the floor on the other.
Hose runs from the 90 along the side of the tunnel to another 90 bulkhead fitting, which has yet another 90 to run to the adapter plate at the old oil filter location on the "in" side. The line coming from the oil filter has a one way valve just before the T that this line hooks into. Oil from the accusump can only go into the engine, not back toward the oil cooler.
I went with
"The Manual Valve Part # 24-260: The manual valve is the simplest valve and the easiest to install. It provides
quick response time and has no restrictions. It is recommended for hard core racing applications."
I didn't want to a) wait for it to refill slowly, and b) have a preset limit, I wanted the oil "buffer" there all the time.
Full install instructions which are pretty good are listed here.
I made myself a checklist for pre-start and shutdown until I got used to the sequence and because other people drive the car from time to time.
Key on, wait for ready light from WB02 or gauge to read 22.x
Open Accusump valve
Crank, no throttle
Don't rev above 3000 until oil temp moves
Rev to 3000
Close Accusump valve
Pretty simple but you will be amazed how long it takes for the valve to be part of your subconscious routine.