Main Motorcycle: Triumph TR7
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Norwich, England
Other Motorcycle: T140
Extra Motorcycle: Most of another T140
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I had not even heard of it till now. It is interesting. Another advantage i think is that the oil gets a little cooling on its way to the engine. That can't hurt. The plumbing looks to be somewhat out of the way visually. Sure would like to see what is done on the inside of the cover.
You send your timing cover and its about £165 including return postage. Yes you can retain the oil pressure switch.
I researched this issue and decided the return line filter is superior as it catches the oil at it's hottest, dirtiest condition straight from the crancase and filters all the bad stuff out before it gets pumped back to the oil tank and dumps sludge in there.
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