I checked through post histories and didn't find any reference to this topic so here goes for those that may benefit from this info. For any of the other 20,000 plus Series VI Saleen Supercharger owners out there, and as many of you may already know, you need to check the oil level in your SC reservoir every 40,000 mi or 4 years, whichever comes first. Saleen recommends, or did, 50,000 miles. This is for those that don't know, like me, that it's a major PIA to do so. I was closing in on 35,000 mi and dug in to researching DIY methods for confirming the oil level and service efforts. The inspection nut/reservoir fill is underneath the coolant crossover pipe. Everything above that point has to be removed just to access the 3/8 inch nut. My local shop was up to the task and I supplied all the parts. Now on to the good part. Jason at 281 Motorsports in Fullerton (who has been previously mentioned in the forum) has designed and has manufactured a dip stick/filler tube to avoid all that aforementioned work in order to check the reservoir level. See pics attached and look for the red cap for the finished install. Fortunately for me, my team shop saved the old SC oil for color and quantity comparison and managed the tear down and rebuild in a little under three hours. All's well, the car runs great and no more worries about the SC oil level or how to check it. Hope this helps if anyone else is wondering.