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Old 04-24-2020, 09:59 PM   #126
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So you dug back three and four years to find a post of a reasonable person asking for advice in case he needed an attorney, on his problem with his subaru. He was respectful and not spouting nonsense like you do continuously, and he didn't turn his thread into a crapshow, unlike the way you attempt to. The other thread was just him sharing links to some news people got butthurt over. Has zero to do with windage trays or oil pans or the OP.

Are you not taking prescribed meds or something? Serious question...
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Old 04-24-2020, 11:43 PM   #127
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Old 04-24-2020, 11:50 PM   #128
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Tell us how your really feel about tomei
Tell us how you really feel about spending $250000 on worthless piles of junk.
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Old 04-24-2020, 11:50 PM   #129
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What's your point?
I believe it's to antagonize any and every person possible.
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Old 04-25-2020, 12:02 AM   #130
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I believe it's to antagonize any and every person possible.
https://forums.nasioc.com/forums/sho....php?t=1336407

This is one of my favorites.
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Old 04-25-2020, 12:06 AM   #131
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Well at least he's following you around and not me anymore, sorry. Now the fierysun guy is haranguing me, not sure I feel like adulting though. Wait so he's a street race poster? ROFL
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Old 04-25-2020, 12:19 PM   #132
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And yes, open class cars used Dry Sump... Again, we've learned so much since then, dry sump is rarely used now compared to back then.
Hard to argue with your extensive racing career. You may want to tell all the world time attack cars that are winning they are using old tech and they should be using the killerb accessory oil pan instead.

https://worldtimeattack.com/index.php/2019-results/

From my quick search literally every pro class car is running dry sumps.

The tilton Evo that's won multiple years

https://dsportmag.com/the-cars/aerod...the-extreme/2/
"Norris Designs Dry Sump Kit, Isolated Dry Sump Tank"
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Old 04-25-2020, 12:26 PM   #133
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Well at least he's following you around and not me anymore, sorry. Now the fierysun guy is haranguing me, not sure I feel like adulting though. Wait so he's a street race poster? ROFL
Delusional thoughts from fantasy island. Tell everyone how you lost your jimmies when I posted the $3 plug that your buttbuddy was selling as a $120 "cylinder 4 cooling mod"

And yes, that was two years into having my license, second sti, and I was excited that I spanked an amg on the highway. Since I actually do track my cars, race my cars, and have money to build my cars. Shame Carlita can't afford to replace his own blown engine and has to ask the internet on how to sue SOA when he's much older than I was when I posted that thread
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Old 04-25-2020, 12:41 PM   #134
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Hard to argue with your extensive racing career. You may want to tell all the world time attack cars that are winning they are using old tech and they should be using the killerb accessory oil pan instead.

https://worldtimeattack.com/index.php/2019-results/

From my quick search literally every pro class car is running dry sumps.

The tilton Evo that's won multiple years

https://dsportmag.com/the-cars/aerod...the-extreme/2/
"Norris Designs Dry Sump Kit, Isolated Dry Sump Tank"
You are literally arguing with YOURSELF..arguing for the sake of nothing. You aren't even countering anything at all. Seriously, it's sad. Are you not taking your meds?

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Delusional thoughts from fantasy island. Tell everyone how you lost your jimmies when I posted the $3 plug that your buttbuddy was selling as a $120 "cylinder 4 cooling mod"

And yes, that was two years into having my license, second sti, and I was excited that I spanked an amg on the highway. Since I actually do track my cars, race my cars, and have money to build my cars. Shame Carlita can't afford to replace his own blown engine and has to ask the internet on how to sue SOA when he's much older than I was when I posted that thread
Wow, more moronic posting from you, and just as predicted you have to tag along with the adults and try and seem relevant. It's unfortunate we can't report morons and moronic posting, or this place could be better off. I feel sorry for you, maybe you're just lonely and need to feel validated so you come here and try and be the biggest whore on the site...or maybe it's just a lack of meds.

Trolls gonna troll
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Old 04-27-2020, 10:14 AM   #135
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LOL was he put in a timeout?
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Old 04-28-2020, 07:18 PM   #136
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OP,

I'm running an IAG pickup and Killer Bee windage tray. Both companies seem of fantastic quality. A little pricey for me, as in my ability to afford the products. If I could have at the time, I probably would have picked up the Killer Bee trio as it's overall a little cheaper. Instead I had to go little by little. I'm hoping to be putting the Killer Bee Oil Pan on when I go to do my next oil change.
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Old 05-18-2020, 07:50 PM   #137
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I've run the Cosworth oil baffle in the last three motors I've had. About 130,000 miles total. Not one problem. No baffles falling out or excessively sagging. Only thing done on the rebuilds was a cleaning of the plate and baffles and re-installation. I am running the Killer B pan now though. Mostly because I lost my stock modded pan in my last move.
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Old 05-25-2020, 03:45 PM   #138
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^ This is 100% true. There were a couple companies that did an o-ring groove and they were both horrible; many complains of leaks at the mating surface. Modern adhesives do a great job. If done properly, the bolts don't really do anything except hold it all together until the adhesive gasket cures.


100% true! I have been a freightliner tech for 8+ years and they have a oring type oil pan, if you do t put sealer in the groove and on the block they leak within 100 miles... in my opinion if the sealer can stand up to the mileage and abuse from a freightliner it is good enough for the subi!
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