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Re: What is a "dry sump?" in regards to oil? eom (archive)

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Posted by stephen on October 09, 1999 at 22:28:45:

In Reply to: What is a "dry sump?" in regards to oil? eom posted by Do M3's have dry sumps? on October 09, 1999 at 15:49:15:

Dry sump is a system which oil does not sit in a oil pan like the M3. The oil sits in a oil tank and it get pump to the engine. That way when the car conner in high G, the oil does not goes to one side=damage engine.


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