Re: Oil pump selection
I was wondering the same thing.
They make standard volume high pressure
And high volume standard pressure
What's the difference with those, and what is better, i would assume standard volume and higher pressure, but why does everyone run high volume standard pressure?
To answer your question, unless it's a off trailer, race, back on trailer car, you NEED standard volume/standard pressure. High volume pumps SUCK from what I have seen, and especially heard. You shouldn't have any delivery or pressure problems if you use the correct oil, and your motor was built withing spec.
My stock GM pump gets 15-20psi @ 900 rpm idle when hot, and keeps up under wide open throttle, all the way up to 7k, it's hard to tell the reading when your watching the road and tach, but i'd say it peaks around 60-65. 10w30 oil here.
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