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Old 04-10-2007, 04:25 PM   #31
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Series One L67 Dont need no pan to make it COOL!
you would think they want the Alum pan to make them faster, since they are slow as mold already
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Slow as mold? I'll take either of your cars with either of mine.

And I have steel pans.
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Personally.............

WFC as long as it doesn't leak
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Slow as mold? I'll take either of your cars with either of mine.
what ever makes you sleep at night
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A, Easier to build into a dry sump.
ya cause that is so improtant in a Bonneville
It is!

But if you really wanted to do dry sump, you'd optimally make the pan shorter so you could lower the engine somewhat, and have the oil stored in the dry sump reservoir which is cooler than the crankcase...

Oh i've thought about it..
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