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starterman

posted on 26/9/16 at 07:14 PM Reply With Quote
Zetec sump, which one?

Which sump would people recommend for a 2.0l zetec?

Cheers Mike

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AdrianH

posted on 26/9/16 at 08:07 PM Reply With Quote
Pardon my ignorance, but Blacktop or Sivertop Zetec, does it need to be chopped to give more ground clearance in a kit car or is it going in a road car as a replacement.

there was a post on here not long ago about ones for racing I will try to look it up and post the link.

Adrian





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AdrianH

posted on 26/9/16 at 08:09 PM Reply With Quote
Found it

http://www.locostbuilders.co.uk/forum/9/viewthread.php?tid=205442

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Daf

posted on 26/9/16 at 08:36 PM Reply With Quote
I looked into this in great detail and went for the Raceline one, not cheap but the quality and fit is excellent - plus they're off the shelf no need to wait for yours to be modified.
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pekwah1

posted on 26/9/16 at 09:46 PM Reply With Quote
have a search on this site, i ended up doing the homemade version that other people have done with my blacktop.
Basically chop off the big bit, weld it onto the other side and weld a flat plate across the whole lot.
Ends up with the same capacity but half the height.
Obviously you will need to shorten the pick up also, i did this by simply chopping out a section and rewelding from the original

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