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Turbo scavenge pump??

Hi Guys /Girls
I've been a member for a while , but spent most of the time peering over the fence.
Hoping someone can help with a reasonably priced scavenge pump?

Let me start:-
I have a '95 blade sssa (vfr750)
engine is 919 out of 97 blade
RX7 front end ( I Hate)
scubidoo turbo (which I love) td04, not 05
GSX1000 tail.
bit of a Frankenstein and it drives like it!
Gearing is way to low, handles VERY badly, but Jesus it feels quick!
I've always owned 'blades, but as long as im not facing a corner
this feels fast
Im a car mechanic that hates cars but is trying to learn bikes so be gentle

I'm currently running a facet pump to disgorge oil back to engine , but scared shi---ess its gonna give way any time soon. unfortunately turbo is to low to gravity drain( design error) so has to be pumped. not cheap
Anyone know a decent SMALL pump I might use?

Also desperate to replace front end, Its awful compared to vanilla blade('97)
I would really be grateful for good suggestions for a straight swap. Getting a little fatigued at making every nut and bolt
Thanks for any help....
Ive included some basic pics 'cos forum says I should and I like to share
Be warned, she is ongoing....
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Re: Turbo scavenge pump??

I will get ahold of a friend tomorrow. He was using a scavenge pump till I gave him my header that moved the turbo up some and allowed gravity return.

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Re: Turbo scavenge pump??

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Thanks for the reply,
Will probably Do something about headears later but for now
Need to get her handling properly.
Running fine, but no confidence In pump with hot oil.
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Re: Turbo scavenge pump??

Thought turbo should be higher than oil pan for it to drain on its own. Then.you dont need. Scavange pump

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Btw that pretty cool bike.

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Re: Turbo scavenge pump??

Yeah, messed up on measurements for headers. Dropped them an inch lower than they should have been and Turbo started oiling. Will sort it later but I had those made, as I have no access to tig and I wanted a clean finish.
Runs really well but the pump is a problem.
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Re: Turbo scavenge pump??

I always wanted to turbo my ol 9r. Maybe someday... When i get another 9r..
You done alot of work to the old bike. That sssa is very popular amongst the 9r crowd it seems.
I do like the ugly green hoses :-)

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