Wet & Dry Sump Oiling Systems Archives - Engine Builder Magazine
Peterson Fluid Systems’ Fat Boy Dirt Late Model Oil Tank

Peterson Fluid Systems’ new 08-0919 Fat Boy Dirt Late Model Oil Tank provides engine builders with more oil capacity when chassis space is limited. With a lower profile design and all the standard features of their race-proven DLM tanks, this tank is 18.62” tall with a 5-gallon capacity. Part number 08-2106 includes two 10.5” straps with mounts

Aviaid Dry Sump System for Late Viper V10 Engines

The specially engineered pan is fabricated from 6061-T6 billet aluminum and features a .250” thick rail, .125” body and a .500” plate to mount the pump.

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Stef’s Performance Products’ 3-Gallon Dry Sump Tank

Stef’s Performance Products’ 3-gallon, truck pull, aluminum, dry sump tank features a 9″ diameter, 19″ overall height, and a two-piece design.

Aviaid G-Line Dry Sump System

Designed for muscle car and sport compact applications, kits are available for small block and LS series Chevy engines, small block, and modular Ford, plus Chrysler “LA” engines.

Aviaid on Configuring a Dry Sump Oil System

Dry sump oil systems provide many important benefits, such as the elimination of power-robbing windage, no loss of oil pressure from hard acceleration, braking or cornering, and reduced engine wear thanks to an ongoing supply of cool, clean lubricant.

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Moroso Three Stage, Reverse Rotation Tri-Lobe Dry Sump Pump with a V-Band Mounting Flange for Noonan Hex Front Drive

Moroso introduces Part # 22333, a three stage, reverse rotation Tri-Lobe dry sump pump with a v-band mounting flange for a Noonan hex front drive. This pump is light weight, efficient and features an external bypass for ease of adjustment. It has a spur gear 1.800 pressure section and variable spring rates optimize your oil

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Oil Pumps – Pump Up The Volume to keep Engine in Tune

The Right Oil Pumps and Systems Keep Your Engines In Harmony This month we’re going to take a look at the component that can be considered the heart of your engine, the oil pump. Whether it’s a wet sump, dry sump, crank-driven, shaft-driven, etc. it is responsible for supplying the required oil that no engine

The Science Behind Wet Sump Oil Pumps & Oiling System Upgrades

All automotive internal combustion engines are equipped with some type of pressurized oiling system. Oil lubrication is essential for reducing friction, preventing wear and cooling vital engine components. Pumping oil to the main and rod bearings creates a friction-reducing hydrodynamic film between the bearings and crank that allows the crank to spin with minimal friction.

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Choosing the Right System for the Right Job