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Cody's infinite question and complaining thread

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So I don't ruin the random thought thread and the call out thread I decided to make my own lol

First complaint is, does this look like good oil pressure on all new rings and bearings engine? post-225-1433364383743_thumb.jpg

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5w-30, not a clue, who knows. And a melling high flow high volume oil pump.

And the tach is off from what he said but I don't trust him anymore

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5w-30, not a clue, who knows. And a melling high flow high volume oil pump.

And the tach is off from what he said but I don't trust him anymore

 

Did you switch from one type of crank reluctor to another.  58x to 24x or whatever they are?  That will surely make your tach change.

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I plan on buying some now since I'm buying a wideband. Going to do a tripod pillar

Do you have a manual test gauge you can put on it just to make sure the stock gauge is right?

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My LS engine makes about 100 at cold idle and drops to 60 or so hot.

Well that makes me feel great...

Do you have a manual test gauge you can put on it just to make sure the stock gauge is right?

I don't have any besides the basic tools :(

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Well that makes me feel great...

 

 

Hahaha... I ported my pump and installed a shim under the spring for more pressure. :)  All you need is 10psi per 1000rpm. Yours looks fine.

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If it has a stock volume pump on it you're probably not going to make those kind of pressures

I bought a melling high flow high pressure pump

Hahaha... I ported my pump and installed a shim under the spring for more pressure. :) All you need is 10psi per 1000rpm. Yours looks fine.

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