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Old February 8th 2010, 07:51
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Drysump pump made in Germany

Hi @ all,
here I offer an drysump pump for Typ4 or Typ1/WBX
The pump is complete out of aluminium and cnc produced .
The gears are 38mm at the suction-side and 26mm at the pressure-side.
The connection thread are M22x1.5
Many people in europe use this pump on racetrack, without oilpressure problems.

Price: 350,-EUR + shipping costs
Shipping worldwide!
Payment with PayPal (+4 percent fees) or money transfer (only europe)

Thanks and greetings, Thorsten Pieper
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Old February 10th 2010, 10:15
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Thanks for posting this Thorsten. I have placed my order.

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Old February 21st 2010, 11:03
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I've received my pump from Thorsten and the quality is outstanding

The CB performance 4 gear pump is tiny compared to the new pump





Shipping from Germany took 1 week.

Sandeep
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Old February 22nd 2010, 03:33
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Hi Sandeep,
thanks

Greetings Thorsten
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Old February 22nd 2010, 14:37
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Hey Thorsten!

Where are the other propaganda pictures(lifters etc.)?

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Old February 22nd 2010, 15:48
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Does the TP pump fit under the BAS Ahnendorp or CSP python exhausts w/o any modifications? Looking at Wally's engine pics, I guess it does fit under the Ahnendorp...
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Old February 23rd 2010, 02:15
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Hey Thorsten!

Where are the other propaganda pictures(lifters etc.)?

Greets,Arnoud
Hi Arnoud,
they comes later Lifter are sold out........

Greetings Thorsten
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Old February 23rd 2010, 02:20
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Does the TP pump fit under the BAS Ahnendorp or CSP python exhausts w/o any modifications? Looking at Wally's engine pics, I guess it does fit under the Ahnendorp...

Hi Xellex,
normaly it have to fit, I don´t heard any problems......
The pump come approximately 60mm out off the motorcase.

Greetings Thorsten
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Old February 23rd 2010, 03:11
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Very nice pump!
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Old February 23rd 2010, 03:43
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I like the design of the german pump, looks pretty stout. I'm guessing you have to use a 5" power pulley with this pump? It doesn't look like a larger pulley would clear the pump even with a spacer.
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Old February 23rd 2010, 16:21
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Hi Arnoud,
they comes later Lifter are sold out........

Greetings Thorsten
Again(or as usual)


ps.I have a set already but forgot the details on how to machine the lifterbores to fit the adapterbushings.Will you be in Hannover at Mel's?


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Old February 23rd 2010, 18:00
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Again(or as usual)


ps.I have a set already but forgot the details on how to machine the lifterbores to fit the adapterbushings.Will you be in Hannover at Mel's?


Greets,Arnoud
Hi Arnoud,
again but next week, comes the new series
I will be in Hannover at Mel´s......
You only have to mill the lifter bores down....7mm are enough!!
Then heat up the motorcase to 80°C and press the bushings into the case.
Ready!!!!

Greetings Thorsten
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Old February 24th 2010, 00:49
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Dammit I didn't want to spend that much on a pump! But it looks soooo goooood.
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Old February 25th 2010, 18:07
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I like the design of the german pump, looks pretty stout. I'm guessing you have to use a 5" power pulley with this pump? It doesn't look like a larger pulley would clear the pump even with a spacer.
Humble,
I used to have a "stock" type 4 Ahnendorp 145mm (5,7"?) pulley with the normal porsche cooling systems, which fits no problems.

Actually..I have now the 157mm (6,2") pulley with the Riechert set-up with a toothed ring on the back side and that one didn't clear, but I have cut out Thorstens nice pump for the pulley and toothed wheel.. and now it fits the turbo engine as well
I don't dare show pictures of it though...
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Old February 25th 2010, 18:39
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Hi Arnoud,
they comes later Lifter are sold out........

Greetings Thorsten
Tell us about your lifters.........
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