You're right it is a Band-Aid. I'm thinking the unit2fab also may not be needed because of the tires, but the typical roads and tracks (Road America, Blackhawk Farms) it will be used on have lots of elevation change, off-camber, and bumps, so I think it is particularly high risk based on that data with the NSX - which was likely on a flatter surface, but with stickier tires, so I don't know. I think generally a baffled pan is enough for street tires, since oiling failures are so uncommon - even the BTCC car used a simple baffled pan. I'll almost definitely use exclusively Bridgestone RE-71r in 255/40/17 in the front. I'll continue researching it but if there is considerable risk of very infrequent momentary oil starvation, then I think an accusump would be the cheapest solution, with the only disadvantages being greater complexity and +~4lb of positionable weight. Why would you recommend not using one?I would recommend not using an accusump. They are a band aid if you do not have another reasonable option. The Unit2fab might be the best of all available wet sump pans but might not be needed. Maybe I missed it above, what class/tires/tracks are you running with the car?