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Old 10-15-2014, 09:57 AM   #1
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deep sump group buy - 20% off mantis

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Old 10-15-2014, 10:20 AM   #2
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Nice got one already..
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Thanks, I think I made 10, so the 20% discount should be on!
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grd clearance

Might be interested but given the state of roads I travel ground clearance is an issue.

Anyone know what effect the 1.2 or 2 liter versions have on ground clearance? Didn't see this info on their web site. Thanks.
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Might be interested but given the state of roads I travel ground clearance is an issue.

Anyone know what effect the 1.2 or 2 liter versions have on ground clearance? Didn't see this info on their web site. Thanks.
I have the 1.2 L / lowered and there are no ground clearance issues. It's well tucked in.

The group buy organizer indicates the 2 L remains above other lower components. I went with the 1.2 L when it first came out may even be one of the first installations.

The following features sold me: one piece design; largest oil volume available (at that time); and most of all the windage tray.

Nobody had the windage tray. It gives you a restricted volume of oil at the pick ups and the swirl pots return the oil below the tray
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I prefer the FVD billet pan.
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I prefer the FVD billet pan.
Compare / contrast / defend?
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I prefer the FVD billet pan.
Because it is a 1 piece cnc machined pan, it has grooves cut into the bottom to aid heat dissipation, & it comes with a stainless steel internal baffle that seals better than the X-51. Adds 3/4 qt oil capacity.

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