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DRY SUMP OIL PANS
To Scott Porter for his record run of 6.48 @ 216 MPH pass at the 2012 Sydney Jamboree using our Nissan VQ35 dry sump system
Dailey Engineering also designs and manufactures custom Dry Sump Oil Pans from billet 6061 T6 aluminum. With our "Signature Series" integral Dry Sump Oil Systems, the oil pump bolts directly to the oil pan thus eliminating the A/N lines between the oil pump and oil pan. All scavenge lines are internally machined into the oil pan eliminating the costly weight and expense of external scavenge A/N lines. We currently have over 100 Dry Sump Systems available.
Our new "Signature Series" modular design oil pans utilize a secondary manifold to mount the oil pump which also incorporates the integral oil transfer passages. This modular design allows the oil pump configuration to change as well as the position of the pump. This flexability in design configurations allows us to install pumps that might be limited to the number of scavenge sections based on a sanctioning body's rule, clearance needed to add an air oil separator or to move the pump from one side to the other for packaging reasons. Just another tool to help in the custom design process and give customers get what they need.
Our latest and hot of the mill is our newest addition to GM LS series engine. This dry sump oil system was designed specifically for the installation of an LS7 engine into the New Zealand V8 Supertourers touring car. This system comes about to fix all the oiling issues associated with the stock LS7 running at sustained high speeds in racing conditions. Check out all the photos in the LS7 New Zealand page.
One of our latest is the newest addition to the Big Block Chevy and our "Signature Series" modular design oil pans. The modular design allows the pump to be mounted in different locations as well as oil pump configurations. shown is our drag racing left side mounted 6 stage pump where the pump is tucked in very tight to the oil pan creating the most compact dry sump system currently available. Check out all the photos in the Big Block Modular page.
One of our latest is our GM Ecotec 4 cylinder dry sump oil system. Check out all the photos in the Ecotec page.
Another of our modular design billet oil pans comes to life based on the results of our very successful Ford 302 system. This Mopar 360 pan carries the same features as a modular system where we can make optional secondary manifolds to reposition the pump or change the number of sections for the pump. Check out all the photos in the Mopar 360 page.
A recent addition to the Toyota line is the 2JZ. Check out all the photos in the 2JZ page.
A recent addition to the Nissan line is the VQ-37. After the great success from our VQ-35 system this will no doubt make its mark. Check out all the photos in the VQ-37 page.
One of our latest made its debut at the 2011 PRI show. In response to our successful Honda K20 racing setups and overwhelming demand for a production car installation, this system is destined for the high level of racing of the front wheel drive production cars. Check out all the photos in the Honda K20 production page.
Our latest for the Dodge Viper is this system to dry sump the Dodge Viper Generation 3, 4 & 5 engine and retain the stock AC unit. Check out all the photos in the Viper Gen 3, 4 & 5 with AC page.
One of our latest is this system to dry sump the Nissan 300ZX twin turbo. Check out all the photos in the VG 30 DETT page
One of our latest and new addition to the complete line for the Chevrolet LS series of engines. A departure from our "Signature Series", this pan will incorporate AN fittings and connect to the 5 stage dry sump oil pump driven off a serpentine idler pulley with conventional AN lines. This system will fit into an LS7 dry sumped Corvette and allow the A/C unit to be retained. The oil pan internal design features all the of the same technology as the oil pans Dailey Engineering supplies to GM Racing used in the Corvettes that won the 2011 24 hours of LeMans, to Katech used on the Camaro engines campained in Grand Am along with the Cadillac engines campained in the SCCA World Challenge series as well as the oil pans supplied to Earnhardt-Childress Racing Engines used in the Grand Am Daytona Prototype series. So if you want the same technology and performance as a race bred winner this system will soon be available from Moran Racing Engines. Check it out in the LS7 Corvette with A/C page.
One of our latest is a variation of our existing Ford 302. And this new modular design is the first of many to follow. The modular design of this oil pan allows the oil pump to be mounted in various positions along with a variety of oil pump configurations including conventionally mounted pumps plumbed to -12 fittings on the pan. This is accomplished with a 3 piece design where the base pan has a manifold assembled to it. The manifolds are interchangeable which allows the pump to be installed in various positions compared to our specifically designed one piece pans. Check it out in the 302 Modular Design page.
Our newest pan for the Toyota 2ZZ is a remake of our original design and is intended to retro into the lotus Elise. This will be available from Sector 111 as a complete car installation kit.
One of our latest additions is a remake of our current dry sump system for the Subaru EJ 4 cylinder engine. This newly released system allowed us to raise the hoseends in the assembly 1.5" to gain ground clearance. Check out the 4 and 6 cylinder systems in the Subaru page.
One of our latest addition to our "Signature Series" billet dry sump oil pan is for the 5.3" bore spacing big block Chevy. Shown with our drag racing 6 stage oil pump. Complete assembly as shown weighs 24 pounds. Check it out in the Big Block 5.3" bore page Now available in our newer deeper oil pan for ever increasing stroke increases.
Here are just a few examples, please don't hesitate to call us for a custom configuration.
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