First of all, the only reason I am selling it is because I decide to go for a conversion. There is nothing wrong with any of the parts of this system. I guarantee it is in a perfect working order, just like new (I could say even better!).
Now, about the system; what it includes (new prices):
QED Dry sump kit (Dry Sump, Oil Pump, Oil tank) (~ï¿½1930)
Goodridge Kevlar or S/S Braided (most) hoses and proper (AN) fittings (most crimped) (about ï¿½600) + a few Arequip rubber hoses (where temperature is not an issue).
Mocal Remote oil filter (with threads for oil pressure switch and oil pressure gauge) (~ï¿½30)
QED windage plate (ï¿½55)
Mocal Oil Cooler (ï¿½60)
Heat shield fabricated especially for the Elise chassis (ï¿½10)
Weld on AN adaptors to the tank (no push in ones) (ï¿½60)
All proper mounts for everything
I will include a quick release fitting (ï¿½250 alone) for the oil pressure gauge and the gauge (ï¿½50 inc fittings and hose)
Oil catch tank + breather (ï¿½60)
Fabricated aluminium tube in order to avoid tight angles to the flexible hoses (in a particular point) (ï¿½10)
Modified original oil pump (so you can just replace and keep yours) (~ï¿½100)
Pulleys and two belts (ï¿½10 each)
Finally, the rather most important bit (in some cases of course), the J-B Weld epoxy adhesive (ï¿½10)
A few of you know that I have experienced a few issues with this system, due to a leak. In a few castings of the Rover block, there is a square cut (which does not do anything ). Using the J-B weld you will have to fill this cut so you wont have the same problem. To be honest, Iï¿½ve tried to do this today, but unfortunately I have to remove the whole engine (solid manifold you seeï¿½). I am sure you can feel my frustration! So, Iï¿½ve decided to give it up and sell everything (there is already a friend who will buy the VVC engine and the Quaife gearbox ). Believe me, if I wasnï¿½t 100% sure that this system is working in a perfect way, I would never sell it.
Everything is ready to be installed (as soon as I remove them from my car of course!).
If you would like to build this system, the min you would spend is ï¿½3200 (plus many hours for the circuit design, hoses and fittings order and fabrication). I am looking for ï¿½1500 (or ï¿½1350 without the quick release fitting and the pressure gauge).
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