GM/Chevy Small Block
Melling M-55HV Oil Pump Features:
- Volume Over Stock: 25 percent
- Drive Type: Drive Shaft
- Gasket Included: No
- Height: 4.43 in.
- Width: 3.19 in.
- Material: Cast Iron
- Mounting Hole Diameter: 0.25 in.
- Mounting Hole Quantity: 2
- Pressure Type: Standard
- Pump Type: Gear
- Volume Type: High
What should the oil pump pressure be on a small block Chevy?
- The optimal oil pump pressure for a small block Chevy is around 40-60 PSI, and the Melling M55HV oil pump is engineered to meet these specifications.
What is better, high high-volume or high-pressure oil pump?
- The Melling M55HV high-volume oil pump is ideal for increased flow, and enhancing lubrication. It's a balance; choose based on your engine's needs.
When should I use a high-volume oil pump SBC?
- Utilize the Melling M55HV high-volume oil pump for SBC in performance applications, especially with modified engines requiring additional oil flow for enhanced lubrication.
Will a high-volume oil pump hurt a stock engine?
- The Melling M55HV is suitable for stock engines, providing increased oil flow without causing harm. It's a versatile choice for improved lubrication.
do u use a gasket on this oil pump
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