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Old 04-24-2013, 04:18 PM
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Dry Sump Parts for BBC (OFFROAD)

Hello to all, i'm looking and reading about the system and i don't know all the parts i need, about the tank i will use 10-12qt tank.
About pump i dont know what i need for my use 3 or 4 stage (or other).
About oil pan, i found only for circle track, drag, but no for offroading, can i fabricate it, with the drains at bottom of it?.
About the Pump, Brackets and Drive pulleys, i dont found yet one pulley that works with serpentine type belt.
What else i need?

The use of the engine is for sand climbing jeep
pd: here's a video of application (is the white wrangler)



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some parts i was looking at

between this 2 pumps, which one should i choose:
1)http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mor-22244
2)http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mor-22344

i choose this tank because it have 10qt, it's ok? : http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ctr-23-110l

also this plate to block actual hole of wet sump pump: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mor-23790
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I doubt you will find a pump drive that works with a serpentine pulley.
A dry sump oil pan is required.
You need scavenge filters to protect the pump, inlet filter to protect the engine, probably need a cooler, and maybe a heater depending on race day weather, a pump drive kit, and a pump mounting kit along with the inlet adapter and oil tank.

I like Peterson Fluid Systems
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For simplicity a 3 stage pump will work. Any dry sump pan will work. Any size oil tank will work. The rest is just hoses and filters.

More specifically for your application. I would use as many scavenge stages as possible and get a pan that has the ports spaced evenly from front to rear. Because in a rock crawler if you are stuck at an extreme angle for long periods of time you could be filling the oil pan with oil and not scavenging much.

However, a 4 stage pump with a pan that has ports front, middle, and rear will probably be the easiest to fit, and afford, and plumb.

As far as the pan, canton makes all types of reasonably priced pans, and I would get the most shallow pan, and lower the engine as much as possible for better Ch and improved traveling angles.
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