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Drysumping

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:47 am
by torkil
Hi Have a Titan Type 2 Drysumppump with 30 teeths pulley , Power take off on camchaft on gearbox end , conected with belt ,to get it lower located on the engine, I read that the pump hawe to rotate half speed off the crank and also havve to rotate clockwise , so i have to use a 30 teeth on the camchaft too, Any hints or sites i can i can read more ,? Ove Thorkildsen Oslo

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:18 pm
by Guy Croft
half crank speed is normal for the Titan pump Ove.

Camshaft is half crank speed... OK.

However, if you run the pump off the cam at the gearbox end it may be too high in the engine bay to work properly. The hose to the pressure stage from the tank should be gravity-fed not sucking thru a height (where the pump is higher than the tank). The scavenge system also may not work if the scav stages have to suck the oil 2 ft above the sump..

G

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:13 pm
by torkil
Yes is will bee fitted low down , with a long belt , Not directly on camchaft, Ove

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 11:23 pm
by Guy Croft
post photos so I can check your layout..

GC

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Sat Oct 14, 2017 9:20 pm
by torkil
Yes i will send picks , wery difficult , no one to discuss with here ,Possible i buy a titan pulley 30 teeth and make a take off from cam on the gearbox side , Titan caal ther pitch on pulley for 3/8 inch , Do you know what that says ? , and i also wonder if Gilmer belts fits , They make werey long belts.

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Sun Oct 15, 2017 1:24 pm
by Guy Croft
The Titan 30T pulley is 3/8" pitch trapezoidal (rectangular teeth).

It will accept industrial or automotive pitch - auto 3/8" pitch is stronger but if you use a 3/4" wide drive belt either will do. There are more lengths of belt available in industrial than automotive.

If you run off the cam you need to work out a position for the pump so that you can be sure to find a belt of the right length. It is a good idea to use a tensioner. The drive pulley from the cam should have flanges front and rear so the belt stays in place.

In the photo the drive pulley has only one flange (there is not enough room for two flanges) but there is a flange on the rear of the tensioner pulley.

It is easier to use a tensioner than to try and mount the pump in the 'perfect' position to get the belt tight.

I can help with belts & pulleys etc if you need me..

G

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Sun Oct 15, 2017 3:12 pm
by torkil
Thanks Mr , Croft ,Wery useful info about Drysumping, Defenly need belt and pullyies.

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Sun Oct 15, 2017 3:17 pm
by torkil
Hi , do you use 2x 25 toots pullys , Difficult to count?

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Sun Oct 15, 2017 6:39 pm
by Guy Croft
Ove I can get any pulley made you want but for cam drive you need 1:1 drive

good for 9500rpm engine speed...

30 cam - 30 pump

GC

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 11:23 am
by torkil
Thanks whats the price for a 30 teeth doble flanget pulley that i can make some pices and fit on the cam?

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 12:14 pm
by Guy Croft
sorry my mistake - the standard series 2 Titan pump has 22 teeth not 30

I have two types of drive pulley - see photo - with 22T

Both are designed to run at 1/2 crank speed - One has two flanges, the other has one flange with a tensioner with rear flange. The pulley cost (of either type) is £90 + mailing.

It would be much more to make one single pulley (& design time) so if you use one of these it would be better..

G

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 6:19 pm
by torkil
Thanks for useful info, Mr .Croft

Re: Drysumping

Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 6:32 pm
by Guy Croft
my post amended dear Ove,

I apologise for all the mistakes I am making,

GC