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Old 13-09-2017, 16:43   #361
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Paul enjoy the ring trip, and this motor is just so mean to look at its fantastic, all credit too you
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Old 13-09-2017, 17:21   #362
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. What's the difference between the Racefab sump and the Jun sump? I didn't fit my dry sump kit as I was told for my power level the Jun would be good and I was happy for it to go on my car but the Jun one is about £480. A major difference to your Gucci sump
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Old 13-09-2017, 17:27   #363
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. What's the difference between the Racefab sump and the Jun sump? I didn't fit my dry sump kit as I was told for my power level the Jun would be good and I was happy for it to go on my car but the Jun one is about £480. A major difference to your Gucci sump


A lot more work and design has gone into this racefab one with very good results, also holds about another 2 litres of oil. I'll post some pictures in the difference of both sumps once I have the Jun one off. It will be for sale when it's off if you want it


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Old 13-09-2017, 17:28   #364
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Paul enjoy the ring trip, and this motor is just so mean to look at its fantastic, all credit too you


Trip was in July gone mate but it was awesome. Would like to get back this year still but we'll have to see cheers for comments


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The Jun one is already on my car but someone will get a good sump when you sell it
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Old 13-09-2017, 19:15   #366
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The Jun one is already on my car but someone will get a good sump when you sell it


Ahh haha do you track yours, What power is it running?


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Old 13-09-2017, 19:24   #367
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The Jun one is already on my car but someone will get a good sump when you sell it

You should of spent your money wisely and actually bought a sump what over come the issue imo.

Only wet sump I'd buy would be racefab.
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Old 14-09-2017, 09:18   #368
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. What's the difference between the Racefab sump and the Jun sump? I didn't fit my dry sump kit as I was told for my power level the Jun would be good and I was happy for it to go on my car but the Jun one is about £480. A major difference to your Gucci sump
The JUN sump is a stock sump with a little baffle welded in. We used to do this years ago (for a lot less money) but it made zero difference so we stopped. We also did a Racefab style sump after this which held 12 litres and that didn't work either!

The only solution despite what people think is dry sump......

Log your oil pressure guys, go do a track day and see the issue!

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The JUN sump is a stock sump with a little baffle welded in. We used to do this years ago (for a lot less money) but it made zero difference so we stopped. We also did a Racefab style sump after this which held 12 litres and that didn't work either!

The only solution despite what people think is dry sump......

Log your oil pressure guys, go do a track day and see the issue!

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I think your probably right si, but does there become a point a good wet sump is no good for a race car but ok for a high power track car do you think?

The issues for me with dry sump is loosing the belt, even tho the Ecu has oil pressure trips would that save it quick enough?

Also it's tank location I wouldn't want it inside the car, would maybe consider the boot if it wasn't to noisy but then I've read it's to far away from the pump?

In engine bay would be best location but not ideal in case of a crash

Seems a bit of a double edged sord really
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Got round to fitting the racefab sump and pick up today, great fit but I did have to flatten a part of one of the braces underneath to clear the sump but these are aftermarket other than that perfect fit. Change the oil filter when I'm back at the unit Monday and croft Tuesday morning





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The JUN sump is a stock sump with a little baffle welded in. We used to do this years ago (for a lot less money) but it made zero difference so we stopped. We also did a Racefab style sump after this which held 12 litres and that didn't work either!



The only solution despite what people think is dry sump......



Log your oil pressure guys, go do a track day and see the issue!



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I'll see how this goes, few people don't even run a Jun baffled one that I know and some are running 600+ on track with slicks and had no issues, cheers though something to look into I'll see how I get on and check logs etc.


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Old 22-09-2017, 14:22   #374
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I think your probably right si, but does there become a point a good wet sump is no good for a race car but ok for a high power track car do you think?

The issues for me with dry sump is loosing the belt, even tho the Ecu has oil pressure trips would that save it quick enough?

Also it's tank location I wouldn't want it inside the car, would maybe consider the boot if it wasn't to noisy but then I've read it's to far away from the pump?

In engine bay would be best location but not ideal in case of a crash

Seems a bit of a double edged sord really
Probably right?

And what does your logging and info definitively tell you about all the different sumps you have tested?
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I'll see how this goes, few people don't even run a Jun baffled one that I know and some are running 600+ on track with slicks and had no issues, cheers though something to look into I'll see how I get on and check logs etc.


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Just because you run slicks doesn't mean you're pulling high corner g's

How do they know they have no issues, have they logged oil pressure?

With a properly set-up chassis, you will suffer reduced oil pressure on right hand corners. Whether the engine lets go depends on a myriad of factors.
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