The main cure is still using a restrictive device on the pinion shaft, unless you are using an original shaft for a K or KH. The sportster ones, generally have a restricter put in with the aftermarket set up, but they don't tell you what to do with them and they get left out. This causes way too much oil to collect in the bottom end, and the pump can not keep up.
The other problem is using advice to put a better flowing oil pump on it. Use the old KH pump with the pressure release valve in it. The newer '72 series has great ball checks and prevents sumping, but it feeds way too much oil and way too much pressure for the KH to handle. I found the parts and went back to the original pump, but put in balls instead of the rod things that they had when new.
I did not re-cut or lap in the seats, and mine still sumps up. This is a problem, so I got one of those one way anti sump valves from England and put that in the line between the tank and the intake on the cases, and it works like a champ! Just make sure that you fit it and then take it apart and fill it will oil and the line in too, or it will not draw the oil past the check valve! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... nt_count=1
The valve works great! No more sumping, and the plugs are clean as if they came out of my BMW car with electronic ignition! It is getting like 500 miles or better to the quart, and just runs hard. Well, I did put KHK Cams in with a Lienwebber grind on them.. it is peppy to say the least!
Finally, not wet up top!
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