Printable Version | Subscribe | Add to Favourites
New Topic New Poll New Reply
Author: Subject: Accusump/ baffled sump
Tartanpimpernel

posted on 12/7/17 at 10:54 PM Reply With Quote
Accusump/ baffled sump

Looking to try a accusump & baffled sump setup on my megablade
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
DaxRushMLA

posted on 13/4/18 at 12:40 PM Reply With Quote
accusump

Did you ever go ahead with this? Im just installing both on mine next week.

Brendon

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
Tartanpimpernel

posted on 13/4/18 at 04:14 PM Reply With Quote
Unfortunately not as have been out the country until recently with work, so car has been tucked away.

good luck with the install, be interested to know your results

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
mark chandler

posted on 13/4/18 at 07:02 PM Reply With Quote
Early blade engine in my car, pull out the bung that the oil pressure sender goes into, drill out the bung weld a 1/2" BSP male threaded end on the bung and you can now connect the accusump sump hose on to this.
View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
DaxRushMLA

posted on 14/4/18 at 07:13 AM Reply With Quote
accusump

Mark,

Any chance you can send me some photos please? (z_bren@hotmail.com or here) mine is from a 98 carburator. I think on the blackbird we only have a pressure loom switch. My engine is stripped off atm, as I blew a bearing and my new engine is arriving this week from the UK. The Accu-sump is a safety precaution Im gonna instal.

What I was going to do is 'T' off from the oil cooler straight into the engine block via inlet using a non return valve also.
What do you think?

Regards Brendon

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member
DaxRushMLA

posted on 17/4/18 at 06:43 AM Reply With Quote
Guys,

If anyone has an Accusump electrical switch for sale please let me know as Im looking to buy one.
+356 99837389

Regards
Brendon

View User's Profile View All Posts By User U2U Member

New Topic New Poll New Reply


go to top






Website design and SEO by Studio Montage

All content 2001-16 LocostBuilders. Reproduction prohibited
Opinions expressed in public posts are those of the author and do not necessarily represent
the views of other users or any member of the LocostBuilders team.
Running XMB 1.8 Partagium [ 2002 XMB Group] on Apache under CentOS Linux
Founded, built and operated by ChrisW.