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I have talked with several people who claim that with a dry sump system you can spin a 2jz to 10k+ reliably. If so this would be an incredible asset to big turbo guys.

1) Is this accurate?

2) Does anyone offer a dry sump system??

3) What would be the cost (close to $10k im guessing)??
 

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Dry sump system is safer at higher rpm, but it doesn't give you the capability to rev higher just by adding the system. You'll still run into the same piston speed issues at around 10k RPM just like you would with a wet sump.

All dry sump setups would be custom. You'll definetly be losing your A/C, the pump you'd need would be a belt driven pump and really the only place for it to go would be in the place where the A/C compressor would be... A dry sump system is also VERY noisy inside the car. Lot more custom work would be necessary (lines, tank, etc).. I think Bullish sells a dry sump oil pan though if you plan on going that route.. As you are already aware, it is very expensive...
 
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