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Old 12-03-2007, 05:18 PM
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Default New Baker w/ 5 Quart Oil Pan

After waiting5 months for the "rumored" new 5 quart oil pan on a Baker DDR6, mine has been built. The production models will be a one piece cast oil pan. Mine is a two piece billet (it is one of the R&D units). The plumbing is also different. On a twincam, the inlet and outlet fittings are side by side. As the oil is pumped into the oil pan, it is drawn directly out. The new oil pan plumbs one of the lines to back of the oil pan. Baker says it's like adding another oil cooler to the bike.

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