crap..? to an aussie maybe. But I'll say it agaian, and elaborate... many ex pats and motorsport enthusiasts appreciate and seek the dry sump cars for some purposes.
ummmmm.....that's very nice for them...but i think saying most of the buyers would be aussie by a rather large margin wouldn't be too much of a stretch.
Yes, oil temps can be a problem on track days, not just oil pressure. if you have a wet sump.
except pretty much nobody take them to the track, which was my point, actually....and in two laps?? no way, hose "a'
oil pressure....well....according to some, overfilling by a bit solves that, but gleggy's baffle is the way to go for only a couple of hundred dollars.
Single dizzy mech advance is fine if set up every 10-15 years... the problem with twin dizzies is that that go out of synch with each other(making the engine run unevenly), and NOT that they go out of time overall...
that totally makes no sense.
the distributors themselves don't move.
so...if they can go out of sync with eachother, then the timing in them must change....if that can happen with two, then, clearly, it happens with one. if the timing changes, then that's bad.
they advance curve changes all the time with weights....it's a bloody joke. and 10-15 years???? i know you're delusional, but surely not even YOU believe that.
But when you re-install your original dizzies, you'll have holes and damage where it was installed...
wrong. get your facts right before you mouth off.
no, you struggle with facts, as demonstrated frequently.
oh looky! see above.
I love my car. Buy your own