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#464952 - 05/08/17 11:22 PM Re: Protect That Sump [Re: mmalone]
Crunchie Gears Offline
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Registered: 02/01/14
Posts: 256
Loc: Bracknell
Originally Posted By mmalone
'Made in Scotland frae girders'
Revolutions in Perth wouldn't let me take the S5 without a sump guard. Russell P describes it as a "Panzer" strength product. It's a larger area covered. It's not fitted to the engine and uses existing holes for placement. Engineered by a firm in Perth. I totally agree about there not being at the very least, a factory option, if existing holes can be used.
It takes your preoccupations away from ground clearance and onto the darn hood!


Post a picture as it sounds the business!!
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#465076 - 06/08/17 09:00 PM Re: Protect That Sump [Re: Peter J]
sospan Offline
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Registered: 31/05/10
Posts: 6030
Loc: Llanelli
I hit a large stone about a month ago. 2002 Rover Plus8. Huge bang.
Thankfully a steel sump! Dent but no leaks. Phew!
The chassis crossmember has grounded a few times mainly speedbumps and lack of care from me.
4 years ago I grounded on an uneven surface and lost traction. The crossmember was on a rock. I had to get out and remove it. Luckily it was a loose one. No damage. It raised the rear wheels just enough to lose grip. The area it happened is now even worse but I don't go there any more. Near Arthur's Stone on Gower. Park elsewhere.
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#465078 - 06/08/17 09:14 PM Re: Protect That Sump [Re: mmalone]
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Registered: 15/12/09
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Originally Posted By mmalone
'Made in Scotland frae girders'
Revolutions in Perth wouldn't let me take the S5 without a sump guard. Russell P describes it as a "Panzer" strength product. It's a larger area covered. It's not fitted to the engine and uses existing holes for placement. Engineered by a firm in Perth. I totally agree about there not being at the very least, a factory option, if existing holes can be used.
It takes your preoccupations away from ground clearance and onto the darn hood!


This sounds like the one - I wonder do they make one for the V6's ?
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#465132 - 07/08/17 08:56 AM Re: Protect That Sump [Re: Peter J]
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Registered: 26/04/12
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I was at Goodwood yesterday in the Morgan and directed into a field over an unseen 'step' from concrete to grass. Gave the sump an almighty clunk and had to reverse - could not pass the step. The sump guard has been bent at the front - but no other damage. Had I not had it, the sump tray would have been ripped off - no question.
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#465138 - 07/08/17 09:33 AM Re: Protect That Sump [Re: Neilda]
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Originally Posted By Neilda
I was at Goodwood yesterday in the Morgan and directed into a field over an unseen 'step' from concrete to grass. Gave the sump an almighty clunk and had to reverse - could not pass the step. The sump guard has been bent at the front - but no other damage. Had I not had it, the sump tray would have been ripped off - no question.


Given the number of "low riding" cars likely to visit Goodwood the presence of such a potentially damaging obstacle should be drawn to the attention of the organisers...
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#465217 - 07/08/17 03:54 PM Re: Protect That Sump [Re: Neilda]
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Registered: 12/04/11
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Originally Posted By Neilda
I was at Goodwood yesterday in the Morgan and directed into a field over an unseen 'step' from concrete to grass. Gave the sump an almighty clunk and had to reverse - could not pass the step. The sump guard has been bent at the front - but no other damage. Had I not had it, the sump tray would have been ripped off - no question.


Maybe if you're off-roading you'd do better to use your Range Rover.... innocent
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#500128 - 20/02/18 06:48 AM Re: Protect That Sump [Re: Peter J]
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Registered: 07/03/13
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Loc: Zurich, Milan
I was looking at the wolf performance sump.
Wow. Not cheap. 280 GBP + VAT + shipping + packing.
https://www.wolfperformance.co.uk/aero-sump.html
Is there any discount somewhere, by chance?
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#500130 - 20/02/18 06:54 AM Re: Protect That Sump [Re: Ale_72]
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It's a lot cheaper than a replacement engine!
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#500168 - 20/02/18 08:41 AM Re: Protect That Sump [Re: Hamwich]
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Originally Posted By Hamwich
It's a lot cheaper than a replacement engine!


+1!
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#500325 - 20/02/18 07:56 PM Re: Protect That Sump [Re: Hamwich]
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Registered: 27/12/11
Posts: 257
Loc: Midlands
Originally Posted By Hamwich
It's a lot cheaper than a replacement engine!


+1 also. I had a Wolf guard fitted last October. I'm very careful over speed bumps etc... but it's sods law that catches you out when you're least expecting it. We pay a lot of money for our beautiful cars....a sump guard is as good as insurance.
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