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In bygone days I tracked my e30 M3 as the Lord intended it and have the big VAC pan. It is a great unit and helps immensely with maintaining proper oil pressure. Can't remember what pan you use on an M2 (m50 for s50/52 in an e30 but ?? in an '02??), but the s14 stock baffle isn't enough for the s14 if you don't even track the car, IMO. For s14 pan you ought to get an updated verticle baffle. That is usually plenty. Could also consider a horizontal baffle that John (from the fatherland) sells on s14.net. I can get you his email if that helps. The mother of all set ups (other than a dry sump) is the VAC oil pan. HTH.

Mike

mroach2002 (AT) aol dot com

74 '02- M2 under construction by SnailPace Restoration, Inc.

88 M3 unmodified when retired from track

97 332is CrewCab (M3/4/5 )

99 MCoupe-- track rat

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