Looking to upgrade from the hassle of installing electric turbo scavenge pumps with complicated wiring and plumbing into your oil pan or clutch cover, only to face the frustration of electric pump failures? It’s time to switch to a reliable mechanical pump that operates seamlessly with your engine!
The RCC mechanical pump, designed to make your life easier, utilizes the factory Suzuki mounting screws, ensuring a hassle-free installation. With a sleek black anodized finish, not only does it provide a polished look, but it also boasts exceptional durability for long-lasting performance.
Included in the package is the male -8 AN fitting, as depicted in the picture. Please note that customers will need to take care of their own lines and fittings. Keep in mind that the pump fits snugly to the side fairing/panel, and some trimming or clearance adjustments may be necessary for a perfect fit.
Upgrade to the efficiency and reliability of a mechanical pump—say goodbye to the complexities of electric pumps and hello to a smoother, trouble-free experience!
- Suzuki Hayabusa / Gen1 – Gen2 – Gen3
- Male -8 AN Fitting
- Helical Bronze Gears
- 8mm Drive Bolt and Oil Check Valve
- Black Anodized
What is a Mechanical Oil Scavenge Pump?
A motorcycle mechanical oil scavenge pump is a device designed to remove or scavenge oil from various parts of the engine and direct it back to the oil reservoir. Unlike electric pumps, which rely on electrical power, mechanical scavenge pumps are typically driven directly by the engine itself. This can be achieved through various mechanisms, such as using the engine’s crankshaft or camshaft to power the pump.
The primary purpose of the mechanical oil scavenge pump is to ensure proper oil circulation and prevent oil from accumulating in areas where it could lead to overheating or other issues. In some cases, these pumps are used in conjunction with turbocharged or supercharged engines to address oil drainage challenges associated with forced induction systems.
The advantages of mechanical scavenge pumps include simplicity, reliability, and independence from external power sources. They often use the existing engine components for power, making them a robust solution for maintaining optimal oil levels and preventing oil-related problems in high-performance or specialized motorcycle engines.