Yea it is over kill and to be honest the reason why I got it is so I can easily add two sending unit sensors (oil pressure & Temp). I did not want to find some place in the block to Tap and worry about metal shavings getting into the block or remove the stock sending unit since I wanted the two gauges using different sending units.
Don't really have a write up, got a 2" wide and 24" long steel plate from HomeDepot and used a oxygen and acetylene torch/welder to bend the steel. Coated the steel after bending in bed liner. I tied the steel plate (support bracket) into the hood prop and the steel support for the fuse box / coolant reservoir.
The Adapter comes with a plate to go on the stock location and routed the lines up and around. you will just need some large open ended wrenches (15/16 and a 7/8).
The other + is that I have about 1.5 extra Quarts of oil in my system... takes about 7.5 to 7.75 Quarts of oil.
But yes on that picture the sensor is an after market Oil Temp sending unit.
Edit: I would like to do a by-pass filter also (since I now have the ability to easily access the oil.
Edit2: The kit is universal so it can be mounted any direction so they provide two plugs so you can have many different options for routing the lines. I just used my sending unit as the stop in place of the provided plug.
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1995 Jeep Sport Cherokee 4x4 with an Auto and 4.0L
B&M Transmission Cooler and Autometer Tranny Temp Gauge, Ruff Stuff Diff Cover on D30.
Taraflex 1.5" BB (rear shackle only), HD Quadratec leaf springs, RE 3.5" front springs, OME Long shocks, JKS Adjustable Track Bar from K.O.R.
Daystar Control Arm Bushings, Bushwhacker Flairs, Rhino lining along bottom trim, AGR PS pump with Cooler & Filter.
Bored TB, APN Manifold, New Downpipe, Magnaflow High Flow Cat, Flowmaster Super 44.
Dual Oil Relocation Kit running two K&N301 size filters, Autometer Digital Cobalt Oil Temp and Oil Pressure Gauge.