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Aftermarket Sump Rb26Dett


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I am after a aftermarket high volume sump for my R33 GTR, what do people recommend to get?

Only one I have found so far is the one from Hioctane Racing.

what sort of use will the car have?

In my experience lots of places make big sumps....but not many have acutally competed sucessfully with them in trying conditions. I reckon most of them are not much better than standard.

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what sort of use will the car have?

In my experience lots of places make big sumps....but not many have acutally competed sucessfully with them in trying conditions. I reckon most of them are not much better than standard.

car will be used for track as well as some weekend drives

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i run the trust, just because the pickup and windage tray they use is simple and works well. You must be able to tig weld obviously, so if you can TIG you can probably fabricate a sump - but the pickup on the trust is the deal maker for me

Hey Goeff, can u explain more on the trust pickup please.

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Hey Goeff, can u explain more on the trust pickup please.

x 2 please Geoff!!

For $350 + delivery it's hard to go past the Trust sump...is it the best value for money? Or does it have a major flaw I am missing...

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