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    Thread: VR dry sump system

    1. Member nyco nickk's Avatar
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      02-27-2010 07:29 AM #1
      Are there any companies / individuals that have successfully created a dry sump oil system for the VR engines?....TIA

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      03-03-2010 04:25 AM #2



      I searched for a long time and eventually decided to do my own. I have finished the pump bracket, should have the pan done within the week and gallery block-offs at least started. You can follow the build in the thread in my sig.


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      03-03-2010 07:31 PM #3
      Quote, originally posted by Dub Doctor »

      I searched for a long time and eventually decided to do my own. I have finished the pump bracket, should have the pan done within the week and gallery block-offs at least started. You can follow the build in the thread in my sig.

      If you need help with an OIl pan , I did one years ago. Would still be willing to help with your project.
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      03-03-2010 10:39 PM #4
      Quote, originally posted by INA »

      If you need help with an OIl pan , I did one years ago. Would still be willing to help with your project.

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      04-17-2010 01:58 AM #5
      I need one of your systems. PM me... Going Dry Sump - You seem to have just as much OCD that I do with that neat setup.. Whaddya say?
      I would explain it to you, but your head would... well it would BLOW UP..

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      04-18-2010 12:28 AM #6
      I'm doing a FWRC six stage on my VR. I was going to drive it off an extra mandrel mounted onto the damper, but after discussing it with several builders and engineers it seems the snout on the crank is too short to drive any extra off the front.

      Has anyone had any issues with the piston oilers and dry sumps?


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      04-18-2010 03:09 AM #7

      More recent picture... It is not running yet. I don't have any piston squirters in my drag block as they do nothing for you with foged pistons. The length of the snout will only complicate things if you can't work around it. Trying to do something like mine in a stock chassis might be a chore. Mine is going in a tube-front car with the motor tilted 22 degrees forward so I have no space limitations.


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      04-18-2010 09:51 AM #8
      i think the OE frame rail will clear your setup, but the press fit to the crank was the concern the builders i spoke to had. thats a 24v correct?

    9. 04-18-2010 05:49 PM #9
      Ditch the MSD wires and build your own with OEM ends. Trust me on this one.

      Good luck with the dry sump setup. Looks killer.

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      04-18-2010 10:27 PM #10
      looks like a 12v to me

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      04-18-2010 11:01 PM #11
      yea, the block does but the valve cover threw me off. i'm just beginning to read through the build thread i've some catching up to do

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      09-03-2011 02:16 AM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by nyco nickk View Post
      Are there any companies / individuals that have successfully created a dry sump oil system for the VR engines?....TIA
      As of tonight , its done and shipping out on Tuesday.
      Will have a full write up and product info shortly

      You can see the pan on our fb page:

      http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/...c/294598024991

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      09-05-2011 12:58 PM #13
      Perhaps link to the actual article you speak of or pics instead of linking your profile page and leaving people to search through the pages of updates and crap?

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      09-05-2011 04:52 PM #14
      Quote Originally Posted by CDJetta View Post
      Perhaps link to the actual article you speak of or pics instead of linking your profile page and leaving people to search through the pages of updates and crap?
      http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...type=1&theater

      Here you go

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      09-16-2011 06:29 AM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by Issam Abed View Post
      Your website doesn't have much going on.
      I'll trade you a website for a MK3 12v VR6 dry sump system.

      Let me know how much it would normally be to buy one.

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      09-26-2011 06:57 AM #17
      Anyone know of anywhere retailing the components for a VR6 dry sump?

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      10-15-2011 09:45 PM #18
      Nice

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      07-23-2012 07:15 PM #20
      Quote Originally Posted by alfiealexander19 View Post
      The car tracker GPS has a lot of use to people. It is one of the most important devices used especially in the situation where crime is involved. If you are to purchase a car tracker GPS, make sure that it is one that is less likely to be disconnected in the car. If you own an expensive car, make sure you get the car tracker GPS.Car tracker
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      What does this have to do with this dry sump setup?

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      07-23-2012 10:46 PM #21
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