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      09-05-2017, 06:47 AM   #1
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Slon-workshop: DCT oil pan.

This is my first topic as trader on this forum, so first of all, i want to introduce myself - my name Mikhail and i'm from Russia (Moscow region).


Our workshop growing fast enough these days, we've bought and start our own cnc Haas mill, so now we can make our parts really quickly and in sufficient quantity.
Also we are making custom fiberglass and carbon fiber body parts, intakes etc.


All our parts we are developing and making in our race team, so most of our items we are testing as on tracks, same on the streets.


In this topic i want to show you our DCT oil pan which fits on all DCT cars












Our pan CNC machined from billet aircraft aluminum.

- A LOT better cooling, compared to OEM plastic pan or most aftermarket pans. 10mm height thinnest fins (more cooling surface).

- Anti starvation walls inside. No more transmission warning lights on track days (low pressure, when oil goes away from suction pipe)

- More oil volume. This pan has maximum height which You can fit without underbody cover cutting/removing. This height adds additional 0.8ltr compared to OEM pan volume.

- Oil pump suction pipe spacer! With this spacer fitted, suction pipe fits on new lowest point of the pan. Similar to our DCT pan, spacer also CNC machined from aircraft aluminum.

- Additional stiffness to DCT case. This DCT pan fits without oem gasket, which uses on OEM plastic one (and can't compensate curvature on bended plastic pan after been overheated), so this aluminum pan works together with DCT main case after tightening and adds a lot stiffness to it. for usability, we make some small channel for sealant.

- Set of new stainless steel bolts included.




Base price for our pan (incl suction pipe spacer and bolts set) 1200$.

We also have anodized version of our pan (additional 100$), red or black color (blue on request).

You can read more info about our pan and watch how it fits on the car in our e82 tracktool topic.
http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showp...8&postcount=72

These days we have all of them on the shelf (no anodizing, red and black anodized), so we can ship next working day.

Shipping worldwide already included in the price - we are using EMS delivery (courier to your door).
Shipping usually takes about 7-10 days to United States and up 5-7 days in Europe and UK.

(Please, check custom rules and duties in your country. We already shipped our items to US and Australia without any problems, but in some of the European countries were charged customs duties for our parts).



All of Our race parts are born on track on Our race cars, and We are glad to offer best of them for You.

Group buys are welcome -in the batch production we can offer good discounts.

Any questions - please ask!

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      09-05-2017, 07:18 AM   #2
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looks good, but i'm kinda bummed it is that expensive. what other products do you guys make? anything else in the works?
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      09-05-2017, 07:54 AM   #3
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looks good, but i'm kinda bummed it is that expensive.
We want to make parts, which are really works, not only looks like.

Simple design pan with minimal height cooling fins outside and with flat bottom without any walls inside will take about 2-3 hours on CNC mill.
Our design pan takes about 8 hours...
so you can understand which is expensive and which has quite affordable price.

We had a problems with oil starvation on our dct cars, which goes on track days (you can read about it in our e82 topic) and our design pan solved them totally. It's not only our problem as you can think - we have a lot examples where people have same problems and our pan solves them.

As i remember correct, a lot m3's had problems with lag on DCT cars, when you braking and quickly accelerate after that, even on street usage. it's the same problem with oil starvation.


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what other products do you guys make? anything else in the works?
Brake systems on brembo components, different solid bushes, adapters etc. But i'll make another topic for this .
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      09-15-2017, 12:45 PM   #4
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Great product. Just a shame about the cost. I'd love to have this on my race car. What sort of group buy discounts would you offer?
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      09-15-2017, 11:45 PM   #5
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Great product. Just a shame about the cost. I'd love to have this on my race car. What sort of group buy discounts would you offer?
Same as above!
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      09-16-2017, 09:47 PM   #6
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Also interested in Group Buy. Can always use some more "while I'm in there" parts to ad to the pile!
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I bought this pan from Mikhail a few weeks ago. The machining is excellent and in my opinion, the design is the best of any aftermarket pan I have seen. It is the only one with OEM style baffles and which allows you to retain the underside tray cover, and an extension for the pickup tube. Yes, it is expensive but so are other aftermarket pans.

I bought the pan to put an end to the ridiculous leaks that occur with the stock plastic pan. Less than 15,000 miles and the warranty BMW pan is already seeping! I expect to install this pan later this year and will report back if anyone is interested.
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      09-19-2017, 03:47 AM   #8
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Great product. Just a shame about the cost. I'd love to have this on my race car. What sort of group buy discounts would you offer?
hello guys!

i can make two offers for you:

1100$ per set, incl anodizing and ems delivery, if you'll take from 5 sets.
1000$ per set, incl anodizing and ems delivery, if you'll take from 10 sets.


usual price without discounts for anodized pan - 1300$ incl ems delivery.

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thank you mate! glad to see that you like it
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      09-20-2017, 02:49 PM   #9
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Great product, looks very OEM like! Just a bit disappointed about the price also.
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      09-21-2017, 04:46 AM   #10
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Great product, looks very OEM like! Just a bit disappointed about the price also.
thank you! ) all in you hands.

more buyers - more price drop
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      09-21-2017, 11:44 AM   #11
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How much lower does this sit compared to the stock plastic pan. I've seen other DCT metal pans that sit much too low and are prone to being scraped by raised manhole covers and road debris.
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How much lower does this sit compared to the stock plastic pan. I've seen other DCT metal pans that sit much too low and are prone to being scraped by raised manhole covers and road debris.
15mm lower, than stock. Our pan has bottom's slope like on stock pan, to fits horizontally on the car - engine and gearbox are inclined to the rear end from factory.

how it fits on M3 f80

on M3 f80 oem underbody cover on its own place with few mm gap from our pan


On this f80 lowest point was akrapovic titanium exhaust
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Would it be best to open a group buy thread?
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I bought this pan from ebay a few month ago. Quality and fitment are perfect. I'm satisfied with this pan up until now.
Actually, the reason why I choose this pan instead of other big volume pan(just big)is the shape of pan. After installing, the hesitation of shifting at the track has almost gone during 2 day track driving.
I'll test it at high level track asap.
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Would it be best to open a group buy thread?
Yes group but would be nice. I think you will get more produced at a slightly better price point.
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So, i need to start another one thread for only group buy's discussing, right?
(sorry me for stupid questions, i didn't make this previously on this forum).
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Black Friday sale closed

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engineering Q:
how did you get the dimensions of the DCT pan?
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how did you get the dimensions of the DCT pan?
Ruler and caliper, mate: D
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