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Old 01/15/2014, 05:22 AM   #1
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Default JUN OIL PAN help!

I'm looking into upgrading my oil system.

I've heard problems with oil starvation in heavy corners and in general.

I've looked into the moroso oil pan, that's more strictly for drag racing and I really wanna do both.

I've kinda looked into dry and wet sump oil system. but dont fully understand them, plus I dont think it will fit. I seen a wet sump system for $850 but it connects to the rear side of the crank pulley but that won't fit erither.

well I found a JUN oil pan. but not a lot of information on it. I wanna know if its more for road racing and how it would do for drag racing.

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Old 01/15/2014, 05:23 AM   #2
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Default Re: JUN OIL PAN help!

http://www.junauto.co.jp/news/enews000099.html

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Old 01/15/2014, 07:06 AM   #3
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Default Re: JUN OIL PAN help!

That JUN pan will treat you nice. The baffles in it will prevent from having starvation issues. A dry sump is the way to go if you want a really bitchin setup but that's a bit overkill for what you're doing. Some drag racing with a bit of auto x on the side. You'll be perfectly set with the JUN pan.

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Old 01/15/2014, 07:44 AM   #4
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Default Re: JUN OIL PAN help!

worth it or not? http://bisimoto.com/store/index.php?...roducts_id=806

well the price is never worth it. but will it make a differences in reliability and to durability.

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Old 01/15/2014, 03:29 PM   #5
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First time I've seen those. Might be worth looking into. Always nice to add as much reliability as you can to a build even if it's something simple. Just think, if you don't get them and you have a bearing issue you'll be cussing yourself for not spending the extra bit of money for them.

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Old 01/28/2014, 11:26 PM   #6
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Look into a Canton oil pan. I believe they make them for the H22. If not, look at the high end aluminum Moroso, but if you buy it, I would plan on taking it to Eric and having him check it over before using it. Notorious leaking issues from incomplete welds on those pans.

As far as the bearings, plenty of guys put major abuse on OEM bearings and ACL's. If you are going to be doing a lot of racing, part of your maintenance schedule with the car is going to be bearing replacement in the offseason. I can't say that a $400 set of bearings is going to keep you from having to go through a hard run engine in the offseason. Minimal cost in maintenance as compared to the full cost of your setup.

A dry sump setup is amazing, and even produces vacuum in the crankcase, further freeing up power that can be lost due to positive pressure. It is also great for keeping a system well oiled. But they are extremely pricey.

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Old 01/29/2014, 11:59 AM   #7
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Default Re: JUN OIL PAN help!

I found many forums and see a email from moroso that there oil are meant for drag use only. For the h22 oil pan. And many people having problems using it.

I looked into canton, no luck for the h22.

Do you see a problem with jun one? It looks stock with a baffle.

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Old 01/31/2014, 09:34 PM   #8
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Check out the Moroso #20917, modified steel pan. Looks like it has the proper design that you are looking for.

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Old 01/31/2014, 11:15 PM   #9
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Default Re: JUN OIL PAN help!

jun pan looks like oem with just a top baffle no trap side doors or anything like that.
no worth it IMHO, you could probably make one yourself.


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Old 02/01/2014, 08:51 AM   #10
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Default Re: JUN OIL PAN help!

http://www.s2carbonworks.com/hohmoratuoil.html

the moroso #20917
this one is different than the one other people where talking about.(#20912) to bad Idk what I'm looking at Lol. but it sounds nice. and its cheaper than the rest at $287 on amazon lol

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Old 02/03/2014, 10:38 AM   #11
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Thats the steel road race pan Bobby, its a bit cheaper than the aluminum and doesnt require a special pickup.


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Old 02/03/2014, 02:04 PM   #12
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I like that Moroso one a lot.

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