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    Let's see what ya got and how you plumed it

    Working on mine right now and just lookin for ideas and knowledge

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    I'm actually finishing mine up this weekend.. What kind of pump do you have and how many outlets to the sump?
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    I have a Dailey engineering 5 stage with an air oil separator so that 4 scavenge
    A williams performance pan with three scavenge ports in it and a petersons 7" drag oil tank

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbscustoms View Post
    I have a Dailey engineering 5 stage with an air oil separator so that 4 scavenge
    A williams performance pan with three scavenge ports in it and a petersons 7" drag oil tank
    Same pump I have.. When I finish her up today I'll take some pics..
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    Kinda dead around here this time of year hahah

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    Mine looks like an explosion at the Aeroquip plant
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    Mine looks like an explosion at the Aeroquip plant
    Now that is funny !!!!!!

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    Hahah that's what I'm trying to avoid

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    One example of what not to do.

    Didnt have time to plumb it up on the engine stand. Put this together using lines already made up. In the process of re-engineering the electrical system and tidy up the oil system. . 2 filters System 1 pressure filter and Oberg return filter. The turbos drain into the Oberg. Works out well it draws the oil from them.

    Tidy depends on where everything is located and how much room you have. That poor Oberg has 4 inlets and one outlet
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    Default Dry Sump, Dailey Engineering.

    I want to put a dry sump on my 540. The one I really am leaning towards is the Dailey Engineering unit using their billet pan that has the pump attached right to it. I think this is the way to reduce the amount of plumbing, and so have less clutter with hoses and such. The only drawback is the price of the thing. It is quite pricey. Oh well, I have 6 months or so to save up for it.

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    Ya Bill and I talked about using one of his pans and I really like the idea of it but at just south of 6k it was to rich for my blood

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    I am a fan of lightweight lines for the suction sections. Obviously, they need to withstand the vacuum, negative pressure, whatever you want to call it.

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    Just finished mine up.. Had to be a little creative due to the Sump I have..
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