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Old November 5th 2015, 00:08
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Alex, We are of topic, so briefly, with dry sump, a sump extension is alien, just added weight and complexity, it misses the point of d/s completely.
I run a raised trans for racing anyway, I do it by inclination for many reasons, briefly, it's better than a 'level' raise for my underbody Venturi effect, but it's a big subject on its own, regards BBB.
Ok, since I've broken some rule by going off topic, I formally apologize. I'm sorry about that.
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Old May 13th 2018, 12:45
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Well I never finished this thread but I finished the project in 2016!!! Here are some pics











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Love the wheels!
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Thanks guys. I know not does really fit German look and probably isn’t what you guys are into but thought you may like the GL aspects ��
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Old May 17th 2018, 23:58
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Killer!

Can't believe how fast you knocked this one out!

So much work...

Can we see the exhaust?
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