I have 200 miles on my WC, looking to change the oil. Where can I buy a few oil filters on line? What is the proper part number? Assuming you break something, where do you buy replacement parts for the WC? The AC site does not seem to have a parts page?
Next question. I hate foam "air" filters. Does anyone know if K&N has an after market yet, or anyone for that matter?
from me of course lol!!! We are a a cat dealer so if you need anything let me knowi have 200 miles on my wc, looking to change the oil. Where can i buy a few oil filters on line? What is the proper part number? Assuming you break something, where do you buy replacement parts for the wc? The ac site does not seem to have a parts page?
I just got a parts list with blow up assembly pics from TXChristopher. PM me your email addy and I'll fwd it to you.
As far as K&N filters go, I've seen too many tests that prove that K&N air filters allow too much dirt to pass through. Yes, they flow more air, but the stock engine produced the power with the stock filter. Even my heavily modded diesel truck went from 250 hp and 450 ft-lbs of torque (measured rwhp) to 450 hp and 915 ft-lbs of torque with the stock paper air filter.
Foam air filters flow better than paper filters, and they filter better than a K&N, so I'll just stick to stock. If a stock paper air filter can flow enough air to a 6.6L engine to produce 450hp at 32 lbs of boost without pulling the airbox vacuum gauge at all, it flows plenty.
Considering the stock WC air filter has plenty of surface area, it looks like it will still flow great even partially dirty.
If this is a racing engine that you're going to tear down every couple of races then air filtration is no big deal. However, I want to make the engine last as long as possible, so I'm going with the stock setup.