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PostPosted: Sat Jul 22, 2006 3:27 pm 
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I updated the windage tray design to directional screening. Below is the picture and pricing from the eBay ad.

If you send me an email and tell me you are a member of TeamSwift when you buy it I will donate $2.50 directly to TeamSwift to help run the website.

You don't have to buy it from eBay of course.

Directional screening will improve the performance of your stock sheet metal tray by helping to prevent the oil from bouncing off of it to again be struck by the rotating assembly. Some aftermarket pans with solid metal windage trays will actually raise the temperature of the oil rather than lower it as they should.

Windage tray inserts for the G10 and G13 series engines using time proven directional screening. Some tack welding will be required to install this tray insert. The original windage tray in the pan is kept in place and this tray is installed above it. Compatible with our current crank scrapers, of course. In the picture below the insert for the G13 is shown -- it is a universal pattern for early and late G13 transverse engines as well as for the G13B. A G10 or G13 pattern with no holes cut out is available for a dry sump or for custom fitting to a rear sump G10, G13 or G16 pan (you must fit it yourself). The G10 pattern is similar to the G13 but shorter.

Limited time special price of $27.50 plus shipping. Normally $49.95. This pricing is only good until 11:50 PM EST Tuesday, July 25th, 2006.

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Kevin Johnson

Ishihara-Johnson Crank Scrapers


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 10:13 am 
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This pricing is only good for another 48 hours (until 11:50 PM EST Tuesday, July 25th, 2006).

I have two orders in house for G13 and G10 scrapers -- one person ordered two scrapers and one tray -- he will receive the second tray free; the other person will receive a free tray as well.


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How much for the crank scrapers?

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turbo2475 wrote:
How much for the crank scrapers?


Same pricing as normal -- $49.95 for the steel version.


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92GT wrote:
You have mail.


Thanks, Jay -- it has been crazy busy here. I snapped off the crank pulley bolt in my Metro months and months ago and still have not had time to swap out the crank.


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Kris pointed out that the ending date was listed as the 15th -- hit the wrong key -- it is tomorrow, Tuesday July 25th, 2006, at 11:50 PM.

If you need a tray now, it's a good deal. If not, we will certainly still be making them later on.


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Kevin Johnson wrote:
turbo2475 wrote:
How much for the crank scrapers?


Same pricing as normal -- $49.95 for the steel version.


Are you guys still making the teflon scrapers for the DOHC?

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SYL23 wrote:
Kevin Johnson wrote:
turbo2475 wrote:
How much for the crank scrapers?


Same pricing as normal -- $49.95 for the steel version.


Are you guys still making the teflon scrapers for the DOHC?


Yes. Those run $70 more than the steel ones.


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Kevin Johnson wrote:
SYL23 wrote:
Kevin Johnson wrote:
turbo2475 wrote:
How much for the crank scrapers?


Same pricing as normal -- $49.95 for the steel version.


Are you guys still making the teflon scrapers for the DOHC?


Yes. Those run $70 more than the steel ones.


So the teflon ones are $120?

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SYL23 wrote:
Kevin Johnson wrote:
SYL23 wrote:
Kevin Johnson wrote:
turbo2475 wrote:
How much for the crank scrapers?


Same pricing as normal -- $49.95 for the steel version.


Are you guys still making the teflon scrapers for the DOHC?


Yes. Those run $70 more than the steel ones.


So the teflon ones are $120?


Yes. Dyno testing of the G10 scraper showed an average 3% power increase (data over four pulls ranged from 2.5% to 3.5%).


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It has been quite some time since someone has posted here, but are you still offering these crank scrapers?

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95_g105spd wrote:
It has been quite some time since someone has posted here, but are you still offering these crank scrapers?


Yes, of course. Our total business has more than doubled since last year so we are happy about that. They now cost $59.95 and $159.95 for the Teflon versions. Be sure to mention TeamSwift to receive a discount.


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