Re: [GFS] MOPAR 303--318 ENGINE QUESTION
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Re: [GFS] MOPAR 303--318 ENGINE QUESTION



Why do you want a High Volume oil pump?   They are normally used in 
racing engines that have had the clearance increased between the 
bearings and crankshaft to make up for the larger clearance with more 
oil.    If your clearances are stock you should look more to a High 
Pressure Pump.   If you can't find one and your old pump is good all you 
have to do is either find a factory high pressure spring or just add a 
washer behind your old spring.    .020"  thick washer used to give 
around 10 lbs more pressure.-

    Gary Barker

archangel1390@xxxxxxx wrote:

>Hi Guys,
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>         I am about to  replace my Plymouth stock oil pump with a Mopar or 
>aftermarket HIGH  VOLUME pump. Has anybody did that to their 301--303--318 old 
>style wide block  and do you have any suggestions for me to do or not to do? I 
>will most likely  replace the main and rod bearing while the pan is down.
>All answers are appreciated. 
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