That video makes me want to swap right now. Have there been any power comparison videos done? I wonder if drag is increase with the oil holding on like that. How’s it do with our trac-lok clutches?Diff cooling system complete. Primed with the finest gear lube (CenPeCo 80w90) and with a little extra because of the gravity-feed reservoir capacity I actually did a volumetric measurement to include the total length of the heardlines and softlines, the internal volume of the heat exchangers, and of course the reservoir and differential housing. Total system capacity is 4 liters!
And check this vid out...
CenPeCo gear lube
I wouldn't recommend using this kind of gear oil with clutched diffs like the OEM. You might be able to chance it with the friction modifier but, ehhhh.That video makes me want to swap right now. Have there been any power comparison videos done? I wonder if drag is increase with the oil holding on like that. How’s it do with our trac-lok clutches?
Ran this pump on a 89 fox no issues. Like most parts out their some have success some have issues. Thats an entire subect by itself.I used to run that speed controller when I ran their A1000 pump a few years ago. Speed controller was good, the pump sucked ass though. Got two replacement pumps for free from them and when the third went out I stopped using their pumps. Just about everything else they make is alright though.
Guy you wanna talk to at CenPeCo if he's still around is Blaine. He arranged everything for me, the sale, shipping, etc. Great dude, easy to work with.