LOL! No, no insult taken as the CB dry-sump pump works very well too. I had the CB pump on my 914 2.0 engine in the VW412S I used daily and also Sandeep used it on his 2.0 T4 turbo for a quite a while. The small gears in the CB pump (21mm pressure) show us that the VW engine really doesn't need big gears as long as your bearing clearences are in order and oil supply is excellent and thats where dry-sumping stands out.
The 356 pulley made the ('too') small crank pulley (135mm) just 'workable', but borderline. A little more ratio is still better I feel.
No, I use the VWSpeedshop.co.uk pulley triggering set-up (behind the pulley). I modified the dry-sump sized crank pulley you see in the picture for it, as Speedshop themselves don't do this small of a pulley (135mm). They supply two sizes (original size, 171mm iirc and a 'power pulley', 145mm iirc), but not as small as to be used for a protruding dry-sump pump... so I modified my own
I can only hope how the two turbo's will act, namely that they broaden the torque band giving an ever climbing hp line, which will hopefully go over the 200hp mark this time. Maybe this super small engine might not see the full benefits of this turbo combination (small turbo should have been even smaller still for that), but it will be very interesting to see if it works like I hope/engineered it to be.
This is the 'secondary' (small) turbo just tacked in place. Lots of tubes to connect still...