Dry Sump Pumps

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  1. Templar Motorsports

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    I have read a lot of posts on here about running dry sump pumps on the hemis.
    So my question is, what design is it? Is it the ones ran off the cam drive or the
    belt driven ones?
     
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  2. Mike Canter

    Mike Canter Top Dragster
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    Most everyone uses the belt driven pump. This allows you to remove the belt and attach a drill to prime the system.
     
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  3. Templar Motorsports

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    Yes sir, that was my plan.
    I was wondering if anyone had pics that they wouldn't mind sharing. Trying to figure out the mounting of the pump. It has to be a lot more forward to be driven off the crank in front of the blower belt.
     
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  4. Graham Brown

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  5. Templar Motorsports

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    How many stages do most everyone run?
     
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  6. MaggiFinn

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    We run the Peterson filter boss with priming pump.
    one extra hose to supply the pump with oil and you can prime all you want. 80psi with the drill in high gear!
     
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  7. Templar Motorsports

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    Do you use that with a belt driven oil pump?
     
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  8. MaggiFinn

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    No sir, that's with a distributor drive pump, dry sump.
     
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