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Old 04-06-2007, 11:26 AM   #11
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Wherever you get the pan..get the adapter. You need both since our adapter is angled where our pan is....the 00+ is straight pan and the adapter moves the filter behind the pan.
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This should give you an idea of the relationship between the oil pan, and the oil filter on a 2000.

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Skippy...it'* perfect!

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Only thing is you need to grind down the nub on top of the adapter from the 2000 for the power steering pump to fit...at least on an S2 you do.
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I should have gotten better pics. Sorry. There is more clearance all the way around the pan than you can believe. It also appears to sit slightly higher than the stock which would shield it better from debris on the road.

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Oil pan (2000+)
Oil filter adapter (2000+)
Oil pickup tube (2000+)

And 2 minutes of grinding a nub off the adapter.
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