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For the benefit of 944Hybrids users there are two search functions available for you to use.
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Great customer service from TPC, and new pickup tube lock installed

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Great customer service from TPC, and new pickup tube lock installed

Post  eclou on Fri Feb 25, 2011 9:40 am

As most of you know Eric finished my LS1 swap project. Prior to doing some track shakedown runs I noticed that my hot oil pressures were not as robust as I felt comfortable with. I discussed this with Eric who suggested we check the infamous pickup tube O-ring. He volunteered to come R&R my oil pan and install his new pickup tube reinforcement collar.

The existing pickup tube has one mounting flange despite the fact that the block has been factory drilled for 2 retainer bolts. He engineered a simple collar to utilize the second bolt and give more positive clamping to the tube. You can see it on this picture as mounted:

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At the same time we changed to a Melling high volume and pressure oil pump and now my pressures are beyond adequate. Hat's off to Eric at TPC cheers

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