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RE: Re[T3]forging ahead with short block

<x-charset iso-8859-1>Just glanced through this message...my input.

If you drive your car hard then the sump is REQUIRED!  It allows plenty of
oil and submerges the pick-up tube deep in oil so you won't suck air when
hitting the corners hard.  The full-flow allows far better oil filtration
and when plumbed correctly won't drop pressure very much and will increase
engine longevity.

The full-flow should be a required, must-have item for any engine in my
opinion.  For those who like to indulge in spirited driving should
definitely have an oil sump.  I haven't had a lick of problems in my lowered
ride with either item.

I can easily understand Jim's desire to stick with Rimco.  When I find a
business that satisfies me and does a good job I stick with them and refer
others to them.  It keeps them in business and you know you'll get a quality
product every time.  When I found my last mechanic I would drive HOURS to
his shop just to have my car worked on by him, even though there were
locals, because his work was always quality!

  Toby Erkson
  '72 VW Squareback 1.6L bored and stroked to 2.0L, Berg five-speed
  '95 VW Jetta III GL 2.0L, P-Chip, Jamex suspension, 2.25" MagnaFlow
exhaust, etc.
  Portland, Oregon, http://www.icbm.org/

>-----Original Message-----
>We have a great machine shop in town that i use over and over with no 
>As far as the larger oil pump using hp for nothing , i not to 
>sure about 
>that ,once you add the full-flow kit and the extra sump you 
>are moving quite 
>a bit more oil, and since i like to drive hard, for me i would 
>rather make 
>sure i am getting the oil pressure in need.

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