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Old 09-13-2014, 08:59 PM   #1
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Hi guys, I need info about supercharger setup. Someone here has heard about if you install a supercharger setup you need to change the oil pump because the stock oil pump can explode?

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Old 09-15-2014, 08:25 PM   #2
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someone who have a supercharger setup has changed his oil pump?
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It's the RPM's that are detrimental to oil pump gears, not power. With a power adder I would keep shift points around 7000 on the stock shortblock.
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When I rebuilt my 4.6 motor Brenspeed highly recommended I use a stock oil pump and not go to a high volume or high pressure pump.
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Hi guys, I need info about supercharger setup. Someone here has heard about if you install a supercharger setup you need to change the oil pump because the stock oil pump can explode?

many thanks
If you are talking about the new coyote motor, as someone else said has nothing to do with power adders but has all to do with how hard you drive it. Stock oil pump has a crappy plastic gear in it and if it breaks the tolerances in these motors are so tight as shown with how thin a oil they run, you can't shut them down fast enough without damage usually. Best insurance is a new pump with billet gears if your gonna start modding and driving a little spirited.
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If you are talking about the new coyote motor, as someone else said has nothing to do with power adders but has all to do with how hard you drive it. Stock oil pump has a crappy plastic gear in it and if it breaks the tolerances in these motors are so tight as shown with how thin a oil they run, you can't shut them down fast enough without damage usually. Best insurance is a new pump with billet gears if your gonna start modding and driving a little spirited.

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