Maxi Sump with Filter 1200-1600cc AC1151756 >

Maxi Sump with Filter 1200-1600cc

Maxi Sump with Filter 1200-1600cc >

C.B. Performance Product

Part Code: AC1151756

£73.96

* This is a Special Order item. We will order it for you immediately, but it may take up to six weeks to arrive, unless it is a TMI part, which may take up to 12 weeks to arrive.

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Description:


The Maxi Filter Oil Sump bolts right on, to filter oil 100% of the time. The new Maxi Filter has 168 sq. inches of filtration area. That's 25 times more than a stock VW oil screen. The Maxi Filter traps harmful metal and carbon particles before they reach the engine bearings. Your engine will run cleaner and cooler with a Full Flow Maxi Filter Sump.

Installation of the Maxi Filter Oil Sump is as easy as changing your oil - just remove your stock oil plate and screen, then slip in the Maxi Filter and bolt on the mini sump. It's that easy! You can install a Maxi Filter Oil Sump on all 40hp, 13, 15, and 1600cc based engines, just bolt it on. A special one-way pressure relief valve assures continual flow of oil if the filter becomes clogged with sludge or goo. The pleated Micron Flow Filter Sump features a recessed oil drain plug and is tougher than a stock oil drain cover. It can take a beating and keep on filtering.

Each Maxi Filter Oil Sump Kit is shipped complete and ready to install with Filter Sump, filter, by-pass valve, gaskets, and seals.

Quality:

Good Quality

Fitting:

You can clean your filter as often as required to remove sludge and acid build up.

For Vehicles

Beetle 1960-1979 | Beetle Cabrio 1960-1979 | Karmann Ghia 1960-1974 | T2 Bay 1968-1979 | T2 Split 1960-1967 | Type 3 1962-1973

Product Questions

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Do you stock the replacement filters for this as well? I assume you can't just rinse them out like the stock strainer?
Thanks, L
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Question by: Lewis on 2 Sep 2019 10:22:00
Yes, you can wash the filter out as often as required.
Answer by: Nick Bitton (Admin) on 2 Sep 2019 12:04:00
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Will this work with a deep sump added on to the stock sump?
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Question by: Dave B on 18 Jul 2018 11:10:00
It will, but will be unnecessary with a deep sump, It will also sit very low and be vulnerable
Answer by: Ben Pascoe (Admin) on 18 Jul 2018 11:47:00
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