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Dan, no doubt, you're gonna love it. The engraved oil weight type and capacity is just one of those well thought out touches that makes this a great little design.
Thanks! I agree, the laser etching below the hardcoat is really slick and the camera doesn't do it justice.

Once again I thank you all and please refer your friends! I will continue to look to develop new products and give you guys the first chance at discounted rates.
 

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Thanks! I agree, the laser etching below the hardcoat is really slick and the camera doesn't do it justice.

Once again I thank you all and please refer your friends! I will continue to look to develop new products and give you guys the first chance at discounted rates.
Mine came today and looks awesome. Thanks Jeff, great workmanship. Jarrell
 

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HOT DARN THIS SUCKER IS FREAKIN AWESOME :banana:
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS HAPPEN
IT IS BBBBEEEEUUUUTTTTIIIFFFUUUULLL:haha::You_Rock_
 
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Received mine today. A beautiful piece of engineering. Thank you!
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Well I have to agree with all the previous posts, that is a very nice piece of workmanship. I'm glad I
decided to get one. Mine came today and eventually will get installed on my GT. I will post pictures
of before and after.

Thank you Jeff for your efforts, this is definitely high quality :yup:
 

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Well I finally got around to replacing my transmission pan with the new one that I got from opelspenner
That is a really nice transmission pan. The quality of work is beyond :) Very satisfied and glad I
bought in. Those of you that didn't get one, hopefully opelspenner will do another group buy. If he does, I would definitely jump on board and get one, well worth the cost.
When I pulled the old pan, as you can see in the picture, the transmission looks great. Not a spec of metal
was in the pan. The gears all looked very good.


Transmission Pan 1.JPG Transmission Pan 2.JPG
 

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Glad you guys like them. A big part of the cost increase on eBay (beyond wanting to reward the risk takers on here) is the eBay fees! If there’s a community member that is still interested just PM me and I’m sure we can work out a deal
 

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Ebay fees and policies are nuts. I sold a couple hundred items on ebay but now its just not worth it. And seller prices are often so high that its cheaper to buy elsewhere. Now I either donate it or it goes in the trash.
 

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FYI, these have now sold out.
I have one Gen 2 pan sitting around if anyone is interested. It has a slightly different drain plug location from Gen3 (more central) and NO detent spring pin retainer. PM me if interested, perhaps we can make a deal.

A huge thanks to everyone who supported this over the past few years! Hopefully everyone's is still running nice and tight!
 

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I bought a gen 2 pan and sold it to someone who needed it. I bought a gen 3 pan and might part with it. I plan to use a Getrag 240 in my GT.
 

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Looking for a pan for our endurance racing Opel GT 4-speed.
 

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let me know. email me at [email protected]
The plug is not a big deal as I plan on modding that part. Things hanging down from things tend to get destroyed by curbing at race tracks.
 

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You have never seen my guys race. I say "WTF" and "Really?" a lot.
 
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