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Dry Sump Pan - GM 6.6L Duramax 2001-2013 (114051000)

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In a dry sump, engine oil is stored in a tank outside the engine rather than in the oil pan. There are at least two oil pumps in a dry sump - one pulls oil from the sump and sends it to the tank, and the other pump takes oil from the tank and sends it to lubricate the engine. The minimum amount of oil possible remains in the engine.

Dry sumps have advantages over wet sumps. Because a dry sump does not need to have an oil pan big enough to hold the oil under the engine, the main mass of the engine can be placed lower in the vehicle. This helps lower the center of gravity and can also help aerodynamics.

The oil capacity of a dry sump can be as big as you want. The tank holding the oil can be placed anywhere on the vehicle. In a wet sump, turning, braking and acceleration can cause the oil to pool onone side of the engine. This sloshing can dip the crankshaft into the oil as it turns or uncover the pump’s pick-up tube. Excess oil on the crankshaft can cut horsepower. Dyno improvements of as much as 15 horsepower by switching to a dry sump oil system.

Applications: 2001-2013 GM 6.6 Duramax


  • Passenger side suction ports (-12)
  • Includes 304 stainless steel Oil Windage Scrapers
  • Cast aluminum
  • Added rigidity to engine block
  • Low profile: 4 inches

Note: Requires use of PPE Oil Cooler Delete Kit (114001000)


UPC 810505023660

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