Replacing original oil pan with HRT alloy pan baffled
#1620966 (In Topic #221756)
Just a little explanation for replacing your oil pan from factory by a HRT part (Schrick copy) , baffled , and that contains 0.5 l oil more ,
First , evidently , you must drain the oil ,
After that done , you must remove the 20 bolts of the pan , BUT two of these are really difficult to unscrew , you'll need a special Hazet tool 2328-10. (around 40 euros on ebay)
It will be easier with this tool.
Oil pan is removed , you clean the oil pump grille , you clean the border where the oil pan is srewed with attention , it must be perfectly clean.
You must remove the black plastic baffle attached to the oil pump ,
Now you can bolt the HRT oil pan , with the special more longer screws selled with the HRT oil pan ,
And……………………the same two bolts will be a nightmare again , but it's doable with some patience , and a good beer………………keep calm , you will do it even that can appears impossible at the start.
The Nm value is 20 Nm.
Fill the engine with 5 liters of clean oil , start the engine and check if there is no leaks , but it should not.
NOTA : you should take care of the ZDDP value of your new oil (zinc / phosphore) if you have mechanical rockers arms , current oils not contains suffisant ZDDP percentage and it results a more quicker wear , noticable ) , i would advice Motul 15W50 -300V competition.
A mechanical rockers arms engine needs 1200 PPM of ZDDP if you want to protect it from excessive wear.
If some others explanations needed , just let me know mates ,
Last edit: by cdrik915
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