Removed this setup from my former high-horsepower 1999 build
. Great setup for a car that sees heavy track use - will keep your oil cool and will maintain oil pressure through even the longest of sweepers.
Includes a three quart Accusump, the remote actuator that will allow you to open the Accusump valve from the driver's seat, not one but TWO Earl's oil coolers, a remote oil filter kit that makes for easy oil changes, and tons and tons of beautiful looking -10AN braided hose and AN fittings that will be right at home in even the most baller of engine bays.
Over $1,000 invested. Yours for $550 shipped to mainland US. Includes the following:
(sorry for the laziness - didn't want to have to retype and link that whole list.
A few notes:
- Oil coolers include custom bracket to mount coolers in corners of front bumpers beneath headlights.
- Remote oil filter housing is tapped for turbo supply line. If you don't plan to use this it will need to be capped off.
- Some of the AN fittings show a little bit of wear from installation/deinstallation, however all are functionally perfect.
- I realized in the pictures below where the system is assembled off the car that I got some of the hose routing incorrect; will mark the hoses better before shipping out to the buyer.
- Some of the part numbers listed above are a best guess; this system was installed on the car when I purchased it so I don't have the exact build list or receipts.
Some more pics, both installed in car and removed. Currently boxed up and ready to ship!
Now, for a few pics of this setup installed:
Accusump mounted in the passenger footwell. Will need to drill a hole in the lower firewall to allow for the oil supply line to pass through to the engine bay.
Remote oil filter housing mounted on upper passenger firewall:
Oil cooler mounted in front of front driver side wheel:
Second oil cooler mounted in front of passenger side wheel. Note the oil line plumbed from above: