SBF accessory drive: Pulleys & Brackets, advice and pics needed

gunit

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I am getting ready to put together the accessory drive on my race motor and am looking for advice, pics and a source for the best set up. The motor is a 650 hp SBF with Yates heads and dry sump.

The accessory drive assembly will need to drive the dry sump pump, two alternators, power steering pump and water pump. Is there a guru that I should talk to?
 

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Dry sump pump should have its own dedicated drive belt, typically a cog style.

You looking for v-belts or serpentine?
 

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I understand that the dry sump should run on it's own belt. But I want to buy everything at once from one supplier, so that it all works together perfectly.
At this point, I am soliciting expert advice and I am willing to go with either v belts or serentine belt.
 

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I understand that the dry sump should run on it's own belt. But I want to buy everything at once from one supplier, so that it all works together perfectly.
At this point, I am soliciting expert advice and I am willing to go with either v belts or serentine belt.

Talk to MotoXScott at Camburg... I believe he has a similar setup for his Bronco.
 

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I have a complete serpentine set up for that motor and head setup give me a call if interested 951 926 8051 stephen
 

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This is where I got the crank pulley, water pump pulley and power steering pump setup. They didn't have a alt bracket that would work with the normal size alt so I modified a Powermaster version. They make great parts.

http://www.krcpower.com/

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