Kevko Aluminum Oil Evacuation Kit
Universal Fit, Hardware Included, 12-AN Outlet Fitting
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Keep condensation out of your engine at the track with this oil evacuation system. By mounting this system along the firewall and connecting between the valve cover and the header, this system will create vacuum pressure in the crankcase, which reduces windage and lowers oil temps and even adds up to 7 horse power!
- Kit includes all necessary AN fittings, oil fill cap, rubber hose, check valve, weld in fitting for header and hose clamps
- Fittings slip and tighten over existing breather tubes on your valve cover
- Evacuation Tank collects condensation and excess oil off of your engine
- Kits available for both 1-3/8 Inch (Crate) or 1-1/2 Inch (Open) valve cover breather tube applications
- Sold as Kit
The 'Crate' kit can be utilized for any engine application where 1-3/8" valve cover breather tubes are being used.
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Q & A
Speedway Motors employee Pat joins us once again. This time Pat is talking to the Model A and Model T owners, specifically in regards to Moto-Meters and accessories.
Tim M. has tried to stay true to the vintage route, but sometimes, exceptions must be made. For example, the original oiling system's paper element and canister are functional, but an upgraded system will be more reliable.
In part 2, you will read about the Generation 4 small block series of V8s that share the same platform as the Generation 3 discussed in part 1.