all esle fails its a little extra insurance. When we had dry sump on our supergas camaro, did primed it after oil changes and if it sat for a long period of time. Our blown hemi and even our alan johnson olds headed motor, we lubed rockers and pushrods before first fire up of every day. Anyways on our camaro, we had one of them accu-sump tanks. ABOSOLUTLY loved it for priming up at first of day. Had a on/off valve on it. Shut it off while motor has oil pressure and it'll hold it til you open er up. It was nice.
Anyways...like i said...i kinda see it as an insurance plan to lube up before running it. I dont see why it'd make much difference since wet sumps self prime.
I'm curious to see what everyone else says tho...my eyes are open