At the moment I could only find -8 fittings available. That and I have about 20 -10 in overstock haha. Also I've found that -8 an doesn't provide enough volume for road racing applications. So we run a minimum of -10 on anything that will see track days.
If I can save you some grief, please install your oil pressure sender on the end of a flexible an line or just return your electric oil pressure sender from Autometer. I've had two sending units die out. The first one they covered under warranty but the second was past warranty and they are not cheap at $70+ for a replacement. They only last about a year in the OFH. I was told doing research that they need to be "isolated."
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Thanks for the info:) I was thinking about that today and since I have good poly mounts I should relocate that unit to a flex line and rubber mount it to the body. Your post has solidified the choice to do that. Haha thanks!
I had to cut the side brackets and move them back to accommodate everything being shifted forward. Then welded back in place. I don't believe I took many pics due to being in a hurry to get the car out of the shop. But I will dig around.
Well it's been a long day. The T belt stripped at the crank and bent valves galore. Was going about 60 on the hwy and then nothing...... Found a rebuildable used head along with Evo springs,retainers ad exhaust valves. Guess I will be busy this week.