Want to discuss oiling systems for offroading. I'm seriouslly thinking in the not too distant future I will begin building a buggy. If I do it will probably be a Propane powered SBC setup. So got a fuel system that can run as long as you oil pressure, so how do you maintain oil pressure? On the K5 I've just got a standard pump and pan. Obviouslly Dry Sump would work, but lets not discuss multi thousand dollar options. The only thouhgts I have are, polish the lifter valley, chamfer all oil passages, and polish and chamfer the heads, all of which add up to getting oil back down to the pan asap. For power windage trays and scrapers are the ticket of course(sure no huge gains but you know what I mean) but would you just not want to run these on a hardcore offroader? Wouldn't it be better to have the oil sloshing around and sticking to the crank as much as possible? Thoughts on everything? Pump options, pan options, want to hear peoples thoughts, if anyone knows what works well that owuld be great. I saw a nice oil pan setup on American Hotrod today, was completely flat with the pickup somewhere around the middle of the crank. Thought that would be interesting, would loose overall capacity.