The AT Power's unique Honda K20/24 Integrated Dry Sump System is designed to prevent Oil starvation 'surge' due to G-force levels during race conditions, lowering engine Oil temperatures and freeing up more of a race engines potential horsepower.
This product features a high performance Gear-Pump Pressure Stage and 2 Gerotor Scavenge Stages all being driven internally by the OEM standard Oil Pump chain drive, eliminating the need for any external drive belts as seen on the traditional Dry Sump Systems, removing front end packaging issues in the engine bay and eliminating the risk of a drive belt coming off during a race.
Designed with fully Integrated Scavenge Galleries between the Dry Sump Pan and Oil Pump to minimise the quantity of vulnerable external Oil Pipes, reducing the potential Oil leak paths and the additional installation costs of Oil Pipes and fittings.
AT Power have worked with Duxe Engine Works in Belgium who installed this system onto a Honda K20 engine and carried out durability dyno testing on their rolling road. The vehicle was put through over ten hours of various test run programs before the vehicle was then entered into race meetings.
The engine was tested up to 9500 RPM and showed good oil pressure throughout the rev range. The oil pressure mirrored the revs of the engine very closely and showed the pressure continuing to rise at 9500 RPM.
Dry Sump System was then removed and returned to AT Power for a full strip down and inspection of all component parts. Upon inspection, there was no visible or measurable signs of any wear or deteriation of any component parts.
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