Why Fit a DRY SUMP? | GT86 SR20VET Engine Swap [TECH TALK]

How can a different oiling system help you making MORE power?

00:00 - Wet Sumps. What And Why?
01:00 - Wet Sump Limitations
01:26 - Dry Sump System And Advantages
01:44 - Ross Performance Low Profile Sump
02:11 - O'Ring Groove
02:40 - Scavenge Pick-ups
03:05 - Racing Is Risky
03:32 - 4 Stage Pump
04:03 - How It Can Increase Power
05:28 - Pump Mount and Drive
06:06 - Mazworx/ATI Damper
06:50 - Our Trigger System Spanner
07:20 - Reservoir 101
08:57 - Inside Setup
10:12 - The Downsides
10:40 - Outro Bro

What do you know about dry sumps? Hopefully after this run down a whole lot more as Andre runs through this Ross Performance Parts dry sump and Mazworx/ATI damper setup for the SR20VET endurace build. Covered are some of the major advantages of a dry sump setup when compared to a wet sump and we'll dive into some detail on the physical setup and how the reservoir manages to separate oil from air to reduce windage losses too.

As with anything, there are also some downsides to dry sump setups, and hopefully this [TECH TALK] will give you the knowledge you need in order to make an educated decision on the use of one, or not, for your own application.

If you haven't been following the 1UZ-FE turned SR20VET GT86 engine swap project, aka the HPA86 or SR86, make sure you check out the channel for more updates and information around the build and parts selection.

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