Yah just no way for it to run a front sump with the radiator setup. Going to but a few fittings and try them out.Is that a rear sump oil pan?
I'm using a Canton front sump-I've sectioned and boxed my X member and the pan sits below the original X member, and my engine is only a few inches off the fire wall. if the engine was higher and farther forward the Canton pan would be easy to fit.
Sorry I cannot give advice on the 90 degree fittings-if you find some let us know.
Thanks man. Did some measuring for my pressure hose and going to drop by a local store that is the same.Don't really know if this helps, but Auto Air and Axle here in San Antonio has a huge selection of an fittings and such. They also make custom pipes and hoses, and help people with crazy projects. I have no idea if they have a website, but their # is 210 223-2300.
So did measuring tonight between the previously pressure hose and just need to take it to a local place to merge the two to the correct length. While trying to utilize everything I possibly could from the previous build, looking for some feedback on the return side. Would shorten the hose but want to see what everyone thought for how this was routed. Would save like $15-20 on a 180 degree fitting.
Don't think it will be an issue since the return side does not see a lot of pressure.
Next was looking for where to mount the transmission cooler that came with the glide I bought. It is roughly 2" X 7.5" X 13" (including mounting tabs). Figured I could utilize it and just shorten the lines. Only issue is with how the intercooler is up front, no real room for it. Was planning on mounting it underneath but not a whole lot of depth. Either can do it dead center where these two heat shields are, need one for tranny cooler and one for the oil cooler. Or in-between the "frame" and rocker. Below are the two locations. If I go with the rocker, would have to do like a hole saw drill through for the cooler lines, not a huge concern. Only with either is air flow. Was thinking a fan on each, but that is adding depth.