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Post subject:   PostPosted: Dec 06, 2009 - 01:41 AM
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Andy

It is good to see you are still around, how is your build coming???

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OK, here's an update on the Dailey dry sump. Bill has turned the CAD design over to his production shop, and the prototype pan will be programmed in, and we hope to have it within 2-3 weeks.

Now here's the deal; if anyone wants one of these pans, the one time price will be $1750 per pan, while Bill's mill is setup to do my job. Once he tears down and goes to the next job, the price will go up "at least several hundred" as it will have to include a tooling charge.

So, as soon as my prototype pan comes off his mill, it'll be sent to Henry to be test fit on my engine & checked for interferences, and if everything is OK, Bill has agreed to leave his mill setup for an additional 48 hours if anyone else wants a pan.

So stand up now & be counted if you want one.......
 
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cribbj wrote:


Andy, was wondering where you were! Have tried to email you a couple of times, but they bounced. I'll PM you my email addy, and let's catch up!


Sorry I dropped of the world for a while there as I went through a divorce... all great now though.

Project is very much alive and moving up a notch now... going for 900+bhp from my V12 Twisted Evil

Only fly in the ointment is the Noble that I bought 2 years ago which I have decided to really push the boundaries on and have raided the GTT parts bin for a lot of the nice stuff (Motec M800 etc)... gona be over 700bhp though so should be fun Very Happy
 
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Sorry to hear about the marital troubles....

What are you putting in that Noble to make that kind of power!?
 
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BTW, here's a pic of our new Dailey Engineering pan. Anyone want one, please let me know ASAP:

 
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It Fits!





 
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Hi John


Any idea of the cost of this setup? Sump, pump, hub/pulley adapter?

Thanx in advance!

Kris
 
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Hey Kris, the pan/sump is around $1600, and about the same for the 4 stage pump. Pulley & belt are around $85. The hub adapter for the drive pulley was around $100 to $200, IIRC, and it was made by Henry Lawrence, the engine builder.

Dailey Engineering dry sumps are not the cheapest, but are one of the highest quality setups made.

Last time I spoke with Bill (Dailey) he said he could improve the price on the sump if he had 3 or more to make.
 
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Dailey:

pan is $1600
pump is $1567.50 (How many stages?)
pump pulley is $65
belts are $20

Auto Verdi (pump only):

5 Stages 1568 Euro + Vat then 6 Stages 1666 Euro + Vat
 
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Would this work on the s70 on a 850 csi?
 
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andpgud wrote:
Would this work on the s70 on a 850 csi?


Sure it would. It was made specifially for this motor. I couldnt justify the cost for an extra inch of clearance on the bottom of the motor. Plus I am not racing my car but going to joy ride to Sonic every so often for a bite to eat. Very Happy With my gearbox I am using all I gained was 1 inch because the bellhousing is next in line to hang below the chassis. For some applications its totally worth it like EAMArtin said it is only good for serious racing so you dont starve the motor for oil. Check this link out to give yourself an idea what it cost to modify one of these. It would be cheaper to buy a real Lambo motor. It is a very specialized field for the M70. The M70 is cheap to buy but outrageous to rebuild.


http://www.racingpowerplant.com/bmw_m70.htm

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I know this site. The thing is I own a bmw csi and lambo motor is just not going to do it for me Very Happy
 
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Oh I see it is not going in a Lambo replica. You have a BMW 850CSI. Go with DINAN twin turbos and you will be very happy.

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The thing is that the dinan turbo is no longer avalable Sad
There is out there a supercharger kit.
 
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