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    ls6 oil pump?

    Where can I locate one of these at a deal? I am going to do a cam & intake swap, & possibly long tube in the next couple of weeks, and engine has 85k on it. I thought probrobly a good idea sine I was in there any way.

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    For a ported and shimed LS6 pump you are looking between $125-140 check out our sponsors or look to ebay. I am getting one this week myself. Make sure you also buy a new LS2 timeing chain and gears as well as hardened pushrods.
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    I have seen the high volume Melling for under a hundred at Summitt or one of those places. It is a better pump. Just make sure to order the 10296. The 10295 is the one flows the stock volume. Comes with a high pressure spring you can swap on too.

    Jay is right about the timing chain and pushrods too. Timing chain is under $40 and pushrods around $125. I would do headers before the cam though.
    Last edited by SOMbitch; 12-27-2007 at 07:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOMbitch View Post
    I have seen the high volume Melling for under a hundred at Summitt or one of those places. It is a better pump. Just make sure to order the 10296. The 10295 is the one flows the stock volume. Comes with a high pressure spring you can swap on too.

    Jay is right about the timing chain and pushrods too. Timing chain is under $40 and pushrods around $125. I would do headers before the cam though.
    +1 you need to do headers before or during your cam swap. If you don't you will be choking your new cam.

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    I got a new unit from ebay that was ported with the high volume spring/plunger for 110.00 shipped. Do a search there. That seller always has ported pumps in stock.

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