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    Is anyone using the Ford GT dry sump oiling system? Are these all the parts needed?

    4G7Z-6675-AA - Pan assy
    4G7Z-6687-AA - Baffle
    4G7Z-6710-AA - Gasket
    4G7Z-6600-AA - Pump
    4G7Z-6622-AA - Screen
    4G7Z-6C760-AA - Bracket
    4G7Z-6K254-AA - Tensioner
    4G7Z-6652-AA - Gear Drive
    4G7Z-6B651-AA - Belt

    There's gotta be more. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000BlackGT View Post
    Is anyone using the Ford GT dry sump oiling system? Are these all the parts needed?

    4G7Z-6675-AA - Pan assy
    4G7Z-6687-AA - Baffle
    4G7Z-6710-AA - Gasket
    4G7Z-6600-AA - Pump
    4G7Z-6622-AA - Screen
    4G7Z-6C760-AA - Bracket
    4G7Z-6K254-AA - Tensioner
    4G7Z-6652-AA - Gear Drive
    4G7Z-6B651-AA - Belt

    There's gotta be more. Thanks!

    yes there is alot more, we even have some of it in stock, if you need. got access to a fax?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Stinchcomb View Post
    yes there is alot more, we even have some of it in stock, if you need. got access to a fax?
    If you could fax the info you have, that would be awesome
    *edited out fax number*
    Last edited by 2000BlackGT; 11-30-2006 at 10:45 AM. Reason: privacy

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000BlackGT View Post
    If you could fax the info you have, that would be awesome

    ok, I'll fax you some pics and a quote on the prices of what you have listed above. give me @ 5 mins
    Last edited by BlownCobraGirl; 11-30-2006 at 06:48 PM. Reason: Edited out fax number at 2000blackgt's request.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Stinchcomb View Post
    ok, I'll fax you some pics and a quote on the prices of what you have listed above. give me @ 5 mins


    could you PM me a price on the entire parts list as well?

    This will work on the 4.6 cobra block right?

    thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Stinchcomb View Post
    ok, I'll fax you some pics and a quote on the prices of what you have listed above. give me @ 5 mins

    I'd like the "complete" list, pics, and quote too if you don't mind!

    Fax to xxx-xxx-xxxx (attention Ken Kruse)
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    email to [email protected]

    Thanks,
    Ken
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    here are the pics for reference. I have larger scans if needed.

    Randy, can you please edit my fax number out of your reply? Thanks!

    BTW I hope everyone realizes this setup will be +/-3K.
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    all right, I'll work-up complete quotes after lunch and fax them out

    now to answer the ? about retro fitting this to a non-dry sump engine, I guess its possible, question is, is it cost efective?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Stinchcomb View Post
    all right, I'll work-up complete quotes after lunch and fax them out

    now to answer the ? about retro fitting this to a non-dry sump engine, I guess its possible, question is, is it cost efective?
    thank god mine's going on a GT block....ill let someone else figure that one out

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000BlackGT View Post
    thank god mine's going on a GT block....ill let someone else figure that one out
    Mine would be too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000BlackGT View Post
    Randy, can you please edit my fax number out of your reply? Thanks!

    done, quote # 2 to Ken is going out now, but I did not put any of the hardware in the quote. I can if you like but just to busy right now


    p.s. all the part #'s wth a bin # & location are in stock and the ones that say "SPORD" have tobe ordered.
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    Default Re: Ford GT Dry Sump

    Just a quick question, what is the benefit/main difference of a dry sump system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElCid04 View Post
    Just a quick question, what is the benefit/main difference of a dry sump system?
    from Moroso's website:
    Unlike a wet sump system where oil is stored in the pan, a Dry Sump Oiling system stores oil in a separate tank -- leaving the pan essentially "dry." An externally-mounted pump, generally with three or four stages, is used to "scavenge" or remove oil from the pan, deliver it to the storage tank, and send it back through the engine. In a typical setup, all but one of the stages is used to scavenge oil from the pan. A single pressure stage is normally used to return oil from the tank to the engine.

    The primary advantage of a dry sump system is its ability to make more power. With very little oil in the pan, the rotating assembly is not burdened with the weight of excess oil (a phenomenon commonly referred to as "windage"). And because there is no internal pump, the windage tray or screen which serves to isolate sump oil from the rotating assembly, is allowed to run the full length of the pan. Keeping the rotating assembly free of windage allows it to spin freely and make more power. In addition, the extra crankcase vacuum created by the dry sump pump helps to improve ring seal for additional power gain.

    Other advantages of a dry sump system include increased oil capacity, more consistent oil pressure, the ability to easily add remote coolers, and adjustable oil pressure. And because the pan doesn’t store oil, it can be relatively shallow in depth to allow lower engine placement for improved weight distribution and handling.

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    Awesome, thanks for the info! I always wondered about that... Good luck with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Stinchcomb View Post
    done, quote # 2 to Ken is going out now, but I did not put any of the hardware in the quote. I can if you like but just to busy right now


    p.s. all the part #'s wth a bin # & location are in stock and the ones that say "SPORD" have tobe ordered.

    Thank you!

    I'll hit you up on the hardware when I'm certain I'm going this route!

    Thank you!
    Ken

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