I've looked at running a 3 stage dry sump pump with a hub mounted to the int. shaft pulley, but with the stock intake, there is no room for the pump. You might be able to put it on the rear somehow, but then the power steering would probably need to be removed. It could be done, but would take some clever fabricating.
I'm thinking that a single stage wet sump pump could fit in place of the alternator. Stock Car Products has a nice sized unit. Alternator moves up to A/C spot (goodbye cool air) .. or vice/versa I suppose too.
Be nice to replace the gear drive OEM pump system with something more bullet proof.
No link to the 3 stage, I just bought a used Weaver pump and was going to piece together a system. Even if the pump would have fit, I would have had a hard time fitting the oil tank somewhere. I ended up going with a 2 quart Accusump with a pressure activated switch mounted behind the front bumper. Works well and a better fit, but the dry sump would be a cool way to go if you can fit it.
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