Just a side note for people heading out to your local auto-x event! The stock factory single baffle in the oil pan certainly falls short when you get your car on an auto-x or Road course. Why? Because the factory baffle is located at the rear of the pan which was intentionally placed there for the cars acceleration to keep the oil from moving backwards under hard acceleration. Nothing is in place for hard cornering and worse yet hard Braking! Under hard braking with the stock oil pan the oil is lunged forward into the crank and away from your pick up tube. If you plan to run events like this with your new handling TR don't forget to upgrade to a nice baffled deep sump oil pan otherwise you will be rebuilding your engine due to oil starvation of the bearings! I have worked with Jason Cramer of RJC racing to make a special baffled oil pan just for these events that has extra baffles in it to prevent oil from sloshing around under hard turns and braking. I have the pan on my engine now and will be doing some testing soon to see how well it works before being sold publicly. As soon as we are done testing and Jason has more baffles made up we will be carrying these on our web site. SW. .