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Author: Subject: Dry sump fixings - what are they are where from? Pics now attached!
carpmart

posted on 16/3/16 at 02:49 PM Reply With Quote
Dry sump fixings - what are they are where from? Pics now attached!

Chaps

So I managed to punch a big hole in the block on my RPE Kawasaki zzr1100 motor in the back of my Radical. The good news (relatively) is that I have another motor to install. The bad news is that there is what appears to be a fixing for a return line welded into the head. My question is, where can I purchase this kind of fixing from? It measures 21.6 mm on the threaded section, which seemed a strange size to me...? Its just the weld in part I need, leaving a male threaded section for the right angle fixing to fasten to.

I also need an adapter for the oil pressure sender, it's 17.7mm and 8.5mm respectively on each side of the adapter, any ideas where to get that from too?

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I will post some pics once I remember how to do that...

[Edited on 16/3/16 by carpmart]

[Edited on 16/3/16 by carpmart]





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pewe

posted on 16/3/16 at 06:47 PM Reply With Quote
Could do worse than talk to these guys linky
HTH.
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phelpsa

posted on 16/3/16 at 07:21 PM Reply With Quote
One of these for the cylinder head probably:

AN -10 (AN10 -10 JIC AN 10) Male Aluminium Weld On Fitting Round Base

And the second fixing is probably an M18x1.5 to -3 AN/JIC.

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posted on 16/3/16 at 10:17 PM Reply With Quote
They look like standard Goodrich fittings.....
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Tatey

posted on 17/3/16 at 12:52 PM Reply With Quote
I agree with phelpsa, the cylinder head will be a JIC AN-10 (also called dash 10) male weld on and the sump fitting will be an M18x1.5 to JIC AN-3 male to male union (also called dash 3). They are religiously used with race teams.

http://atecautotechnic.co.uk/en/ will have what you need, I don't have a catalogue handy for part numbers but give them a call and they'll be able to sort you out.

[Edited on 17/3/16 by Tatey]

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carpmart

posted on 29/3/16 at 07:03 AM Reply With Quote
Many thanks to all who replied and assisted with my questions..... I'm all sorted now!





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