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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch Wright View Post
    1.5-1.7G in the 3 long sweeps T5, T15-16. 1.3-5G in 1B, T3, T7, T12, T17 and T23 for shorter durations. I will have to check but I am guessing close to 200-250 laps between our 2 mile track and the 3.2.
    Good to know, I would think that would be enough to see some kind of bearing failure, if it was going to happen. It seems like all the failures I've seen on the EJ series come over extended periods of time, it's not an immediate thing. Definitely going to keep an eye on this thread, even though I have a dry sump. Thanks for sharing, Mitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_n_Cincy View Post
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    Great work.
    Is there a way to that you can test at higher RPM.
    At 1200 RPM the 11mm pump is about 1 quart every 5 seconds.
    At 6000 RPM the 11mm pump is about 1 quart every 1 seconds.

    Will your baffle block oil making it back to the pan at 50 Degree and 1 quart per second flow?
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    Good question Bob, and I'm about 95% sure it won't block anything. I made a 1/8" dam around both the inner and outer perimeters of the pan then filled it with oil to simulate how much might cold oil might collect there as it is in transit downward. I weighed the plate before and after adding the oil and the most the plate can block is about 3-4 ounces. If I remember correctly, the lower crank case area and drain back ports are substantially above the level of the main plate so the oil will have to follow the path of least resistance, which is downward into the pan.

    I'm almost sure, but there's no way I can conceive that the engine can absorb 1 qt per second through normal bearing clearances. I think most of that oil is being bypassed back into the pan via that big pipe in one of the rear corners. Someone please correct me if I am wrong.

    That very test will be among the first things I look at when it is in a running vehicle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blwalker105 View Post

    I'm almost sure, but there's no way I can conceive that the engine can absorb 1 qt per second through normal bearing clearances. I think most of that oil is being bypassed back into the pan via that big pipe in one of the rear corners. Someone please correct me if I am wrong.

    That very test will be among the first things I look at when it is in a running vehicle.
    On OEM Subaru oil pumps. If oil pressure goes above 85 PSI, it gets bypassed from the outlet side of the pump back to the inlet side of the pump.

    In the video below, Bill Daily is demonstrating his Spintric air/oil separator. About 80% through the video you can see how much oil is going through the engine at high revs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_n_Cincy View Post
    On OEM Subaru oil pumps. If oil pressure goes above 85 PSI, it gets bypassed from the outlet side of the pump back to the inlet side of the pump.

    In the video below, Bill Daily is demonstrating his Spintric air/oil separator. About 80% through the video you can see how much oil is going through the engine at high revs.

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    https://youtu.be/noO16P5vSwQ
    Whoa, that Spintric makes a pretty amazing difference.

    Bob, you were spot-on with your flow rates and I was a bit low. Here is the study I found and there is some pretty good information on pages 22-24. Their measured flow rate of 40 liters per minute is probably pretty close to our stock pump.

    https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/027...0cfe32e5c4.pdf

    I can get a quart of water per second through there, and I can get a quart per second of my 65 degree test mixture, which was 2 quarts of 0w-30 and 2 quarts of diesel fuel...but it was very close. I still feel good about the design, but I think I'm going to longitudinally elongate the drain area and add 5 or 10 degrees more angle to the lower baffle. Good eye and many thanks for the information.

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    Nice work Blwalker!

    BTW the video posted is not showing the Spintric. Spintric is an ARE product and is a passive separator. Daily uses a shaft driven separator that is build into the pump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielsDM View Post
    Nice work Blwalker!

    BTW the video posted is not showing the Spintric. Spintric is an ARE product and is a passive separator. Daily uses a shaft driven separator that is build into the pump.
    Hi Dan, My mistake on the ARE Spintric.
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    OK, good news! For testing purposes and this video, I increased the downward angle of the lower baffle plate, but left the size of the rectangular main drain back hole the same. The production plate's main drain back hole will be larger by about 6%.

    In the video, the 4 quarts of 5w-30 were in the freezer for about a half hour and were at 28 degrees F when I removed them. I then fiddled with fine-tuning things in my 70 degree shop for about 5 minutes. Although the digital thermometer shows between 35-37 degrees, the bulk of the oil below the surface was probably closer to 30 degrees F.

    There was absolutely no problem getting that 4 quarts back into the sump within 2.5 - 2.7 seconds, which is well within the normal high-rpm pumping rate of about 1qt per second.

    I now have a functioning Subaru test vehicle and will begin real-world testing by this coming Tuesday. Track testing will hopefully be following closely.

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    Again, great work!
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    OK, The ArcTangent Design Oil Control Plate is finally ready!! After a seeming lifetime of 8 months of testing and design changes, I'll be joining vendor status early next week and my website should be up soon after that. In the meantime, anyone interested in purchasing one can PM me. As you can see, it works with the stock oil pickup and both early & late Killer B pickups. It also works with both early style oil pans and newer pans, and the Killer B high capacity oil pan. Here are some pics.















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    Your new test rig?

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    Pump mount location

    So moving from wet sump #moroso to dry dump again #aviaiddrysump question for yawl dry sump top mount or bottom mount for the pump. This would be a 3 stage pump thru bolt mounts, no bypass, 1.25" sections, approx 7" long?
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    Top hoses would be longer but could have every thing below inside frame rails and allow for fab ing up a header with some shorter runners

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    Bottom hoses would be really short but would have to deal with header and would hang as low as wet sump pan

    Was cosidering a 4 or 5 stage but didn't want to deal with the complexity of pluming heads and all the extra hoses and if I ever have to replace the heads having another set on hand all fitted up for scavenging #818r #factoryfive818
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    Do you have a build thread? I searhed but didn't see one......the answer is it of course "depends". I do't see a turbo in the pic, oem location with oem located intake inlet or rotated?
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    No build thread sorry. Turbo could go any where, intake manny could go either way also, both locations will be opptimized as much as possible for things like weight distro, cooling, etc
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    On my (Chad's) R, the pump is on top like the first picture. The aluminum panel on the bottom of my R just touches the bottom of the oil filter and the headers and still leaves little ground clearance. On my car, I don't how the pump would fit underneath...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob T View Post
    On my (Chad's) R, the pump is on top like the first picture. The aluminum panel on the bottom of my R just touches the bottom of the oil filter and the headers and still leaves little ground clearance. On my car, I don't how the pump would fit underneath...
    Thank you that’s what I was thinking the Moroso alum pan with cooling fins hung done about 1/2” below the chassis tubing
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    My KillerBee pan is about 1/2 below the frame rail as is my JDM Header.

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    Just thought I’d post this real quick my dry sump kit in the works which will be ver 3 for me on a EJ engine. I went all Aviaid pretty much. FYI a BRZ crank bolt with a BBC 1” crank Drive mandrel allowed me to run a standard 1” ID drive pulleys :-)

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    Looking good!

    How are you handling the coolant manifold on top of the engine? On mine, the upper radiator hose connection comes out where you mounted your DS pumps.

    Where did you get the AN threaded thermostat housing?

    I like how you got rid of all the huge brackets for the alternator and A/C compressor. Is that a custom setup for your alternator mount, or is it an aftermarket kit from somewhere?

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    Coolant manifold is done With -16an fittings I had @duran_industries make me ref: https://instagram.com/p/BhApsdRnnF_A...b7jeoHbAAiF00/
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    Water pump outlet -20AN and AN breather fittings from Tig Werks www.tigwerks.com Outfront Motorsports sale them ref: https://instagram.com/p/BebQ8MVjHLqu..._97ai3VIs42Q0/
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    Alternator brackets Outfront Motorsports https://www.outfrontmotorsports.com/accessories/
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    Or eBay https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F253794458499

    And if any body ask the -8an fitting off water pump is to help with cooling on cylinder 4 ref: E78D7D49-AE46-4CAE-954B-D3DC74F7F0C8.png
    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bla6QquD...=1ukc7cxjp0592
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    Reply to Rob T about mounting pump on the bottom of the engine

    With a thru bolt mounting plate and thru bolt pump flanges (Aviaid p/n 76). The plate could be mounted on stand offs on the oil pan studs / bolts and some available thread holes in the block not needed. Allowing it hovering (or hanging rather) over the pan allowing you to mount the pump to the bottom the block.
    Ref: http://aviaid.com/pdfs/077_universal...ount_pumps.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by biknman View Post
    Coolant manifold is done With -16an fittings I had @duran_industries make me ref: https://instagram.com/p/BhApsdRnnF_A...b7jeoHbAAiF00/
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    That is awesome. I have a strong urge to copy that. I fabricated my own coolant manifold to adapt to a -20 fitting out of sheet aluinum, but it mimics the shape of the OEM one and your setup is much much cleaner.



    Quote Originally Posted by biknman View Post
    And if any body ask the -8an fitting off water pump is to help with cooling on cylinder 4 ref: E78D7D49-AE46-4CAE-954B-D3DC74F7F0C8.png
    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bla6QquD...=1ukc7cxjp0592
    Interesting. I've never heard of this issue. Does it just go tie into the heater lines or something? Is your -8 adapter welded to the pump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach34 View Post
    That is awesome. I have a strong urge to copy that. I fabricated my own coolant manifold to adapt to a -20 fitting out of sheet aluinum, but it mimics the shape of the OEM one and your setup is much much cleaner

    Interesting. I've never heard of this issue. Does it just go tie into the heater lines or something? Is your -8 adapter welded to the pump?
    FYI SBC -16an remote water pump fittings almost fit prefect off by a millimeter.

    Yes I Y the 2 -16an fittings pictured on the coolant block outlet ports into a -20an then run the coolant thru a swirl pot with -20s (pictured). With the -20 hose instead of a hard pipe I have a lot more flexibility to package other stuff and I think starting the cooling process sooner also preventing some heat soak or at least I hope. The Swirl pot is at the highest point in the cooling system helps to burb air continuesly. After many, many years chasing EJ coolant issues in a dedicated motor sports application trying to rid the system of air, and effecintly and effectively cool the engine thats allows me to increase aero (i.e. Smaller air feeds to rad) this is the only solution for me that I’ve found which works succesful and is reliable. Also I use a recirculating rad cap on the swirl pot connected to a sealed expansion/ overflow tank so system can expand and contract coolant as needed.


    Yes if you have stock set up it splices into the heater circuit. How I run it on my "street" coupe 22b Scooby (no egr pipe). I cut the hose off the fitting and welded on a AN fitting for the cylinder head and welded on a AN fitting onto one of the water pump feeds that was meant for the heater core or oil/ coolant heat exchanger. Beacuase racecar and no heater core nor coolant though throttle body nor oil / coolant heat exchanger. For major EJ issues leading to engine failure in my experiences 1. oiling failing to be supplied properly to the pump in high Gs 2. head gaskets 3. cylinder 4 getting really hot as compared to other cylinders. The coolant can “ Edie” for lake of better words in the head. Also where air bubbles like to hide.the knock sensor sets right over #4 it so kinda throws things off. #3 has the same port on the head to feed coolant thru the turbo so no “ Edie” issue.


    Hope this helps yawl!
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    looking awesome, just followed you and Duran on insta... did you sell that moroso pan and pickup yet? my DD's is getting a little porous

    ps those msi mounts are top notch
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    Quote Originally Posted by longislandwrx View Post
    looking awesome, just followed you and Duran on insta... did you sell that moroso pan and pickup yet? my DD's is getting a little porous
    So I'm going to put the Aluminum Moroso pan on my Scooby Coupe 22b. But I do have a new Moroso steel pan with new aluminum pickup and Coswoth wind age tray I'd be willing to sale. I also have set of new used Subaru OEM 4pot front and 2 pot rear brakes with rotors / pads and SS lines I need to sale that I was going to use on the build.

    Speaking of selling stuff I wonder what all the R chassis folks are doing with all the S Chassis stuff FFR gives you? I have tons of stuff I'll never use; lights, aluminum panels, the FFR special wheels set, axles, shifter and cables, etc etc.
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    PM me about the pan and brakes... might be interested in both.

    regarding the extra parts, i didn't end up with many, i'm using the lights, most of the aluminum i didn't use i ended up cannibalizing to make little pieces. I didn't get wheels, I took a credit for declining the Kirkey, I modified my shifter with a short throw.

    post up whatever you don't end up using on the the for sale forum, someone with an S i'm sure will pick them up to have spares and you'll get some lunch money, or a good trade. The only thing no one seemed to want were the flex cooling tubes and gen one side pipes. I just left them out for the scrap guys.
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    Another quick post on my Dry sump using Aviaid stuff which I hope helps y’all out.

    Using the Aviaid universal mounting plate I got the 3 stage pump mounted on the block using the power steering pump mount’s threaded holes. Every lines up perfect :-)! Some trimming of the 1/2 mounting plate is all it took, which is time consuming depending on the tools you have. I used a HF ports-band-saw. Had to enlarging 2 of the 1/4” holes in the plate to 10mm and fab a small bracket for the front out of some angle and that’s all it took. The BRZ crank bolt is plenty long enough for me to fit a 20mm drive HTD pulley for the pump and a 10mm HTD Drive pulley for the alternator on a cut down BBC 1” Drive mandrel with a some spacers.

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    Lastly for those of you interested I have about $2500 invested so far with Aviaid (pan w/fittings, 3stage pump w/fittings, pulleys, 2.5 gal tank w/fittings, mounting stuff) only need a couple HTD belts some AN hoses and a breather tank to finish.

    FYI for now I’ll be feeding oil though Aviaid pan (OE pick up spot) thru gutting oil pump so using it’s pressure bypass then thru stock oil filter (exchanger deleted) into motor. Will later pump though remote filter w/pressure bypass then thru a air-to-air oil cooler into block at oil filter 22mm port.

    Hope this helps yawl out. :-)
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