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Originally Posted by sjf911 View Post
There is still the problem of getting cam sync for sequential operation which means adding an air pump pulley modified for a cam sensor, going to the new Clewett scavenge pump, or modifying your distributor for cam sensor function.

Chris, what did you mean about "good for engines running non-KKK..."? Will this pump not work adequately for a ball bearing turbo or KKK?
The stock scavenge pump works fine for original K-series turbos.
It also works fine for single turbo and twin turbo applications with Garrett ball bearing turbochargers as these turbochargers have very low oil flow requirements.

That aftermarket scavenge pump is ideal for single turbo applications running non-K-series turbos with journal bearing, ex: a T3/T4 turbocharger.
It also flows enough oil for a twin turbo setup using 2 journal bearing turbos, ex: a pair of K16s or a pair of T3s.

That pump can be modified to integrate a camshaft synch (synchronisation) trigger for sequential injection/ignition. It's a little time consuming but not difficult to do. The stainless bodied threaded sensor is the expensive part, over $100.
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