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Friday, 12. August 2011

Pumped Up 7

Supply and Demand
Look inside of a stock or high-performance pan and you'll see baffles there to keep the oil pickup submerged during cornering, accelerating, or stopping. For high-performance pans, the baffling is typically far more elaborate and designed to better withstand the forces of extreme-duty operation. Critical to a good oil pan's design is also how well it allows gravity drain-back into the sump.
By Bob Mehlhoff

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