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trust do a sump extension but they are quite pricey,
I have seen them on GTR's but I don't know if they will fit the GTSt as easily,
I know the sump is cut and the extension welded in, whether it needs the oil pick up extending to reach the lower portion of the extension?? The last one I saw was on Pauls (JDM) car, Give him a shout, I'm sure he will know :)
I also think the GTR sumps are alloy and the GTST sumps are pressed steel.
 

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i think its something somebody definatly needs to look into, my cars circa 700bhp now and theres alot of oil surge, the last thing i want is it to run dry on a hard corner or under hard acceleration, i would of thought these would of been available for all the drift boys out there?
 

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I've just received one from this lot: http://ripsracing.com/index2.html

I haven't seen it yet but I'm assured of superb quality from all I've heard of them.

Althogether with import taxes and shipping it cost be about £350
 

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Jammy Git
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when will you be able to see it and possibly take a few pics of it? what sort of waiting time was there on it? cheers
I'm back one Wednesday, pics up this Thursday! :drool:


Payment sent: 9/3/09
Item Received: 21/3/09 via customs for a couple of days.

Total cost NZ$988 + £34 import
£362 + £34

£396, which is quite a lot of money for a sump! But hey - it's shiney.
 
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