Residual Valve Recommendations?

Can someone help me decide which residual valves to get for my SLC? I see that there are 2lb and 10lb options and several manufacturers?
 

Ken Roberts

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Myself and others are using these ones. Haven't heard anything bad about them yet unlike the ones that come with the car.
 

Johan

GT40s Supporter
I’m using this one, no complaints. I remade my complete brake system with -3AN, got the idea from Stephan.
 
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Myself and others are using these ones. Haven't heard anything bad about them yet unlike the ones that come with the car.
Hi Ken, Joel told me you might be able to help me with the plumbing on my Dailey dry sump? I have a SBC and Peterson tank. I have the schematic from Dailey but it doesn't really help that much.
 

Scott

Lifetime Supporter
Hi Ken, Joel told me you might be able to help me with the plumbing on my Dailey dry sump? I have a SBC and Peterson tank. I have the schematic from Dailey but it doesn't really help that much.
Steve, here's what I'm doing for my Daily dry sump / Peterson for a LS. The recommended scavenge filter is huge 9.7" x 2.5" with -16 connefittings.
OilSystem.png
 

Ken Roberts

Supporter
I’m using this one, no complaints. I remade my complete brake system with -3AN, got the idea from Stephan.
Be careful with that idea. Here in North America auto brake hardlines must be 45 degree double flare or bubble flare. It’s a Federal DOT requirement.
 
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Scott

Lifetime Supporter
My dry sump actually has 5 fittings
Steve, my pump doesn't have any scavenge inlets. My guess is that my pan has all of the scavenge lines CNC'd into the pan and that the layout of the SBC requires external hoses. Are there two -10 fittings on the pan?
 
Steve, my pump doesn't have any scavenge inlets. My guess is that my pan has all of the scavenge lines CNC'd into the pan and that the layout of the SBC requires external hoses. Are there two -10 fittings on the pan?
Here's a picture of what I have
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Scott

Lifetime Supporter
Steve, I saw that picture in the PDF you attached, It only shows the pump and not the pan. The scavenge inlets have to pull the oil from somewhere. That's either the pan or the engine. I assume the former. Look at the pan for two -10 outlets. Based on the orientation of the inlets, one is likely at the rear and the other on the side opposite to the pump.
 

Scott

Lifetime Supporter
Steve, all of the Daily pans that I have seen have the pump integrated into the pan. If you can’t find two -10 sized outlets in the pan send Bill an email or give him a call. He quickly answered all of my questions.
 
Steve, all of the Daily pans that I have seen have the pump integrated into the pan. If you can’t find two -10 sized outlets in the pan send Bill an email or give him a call. He quickly answered all of my questions.
Hi Scott, I ended up writing him. He sent me a diagram for plumbing the pump. I still have questions, but he didn't really seem willing to help beyond the diagram. I'll do as much as I can and then get some pictures and post them on the forum. I'm sure someone can help. Thank you for reaching out!
 
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