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Best BBF oil pump

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I have a 69 SCJ 429 block stroked to a 557 that is 15:1 - that I plan on spraying. I cracked the oil pump and need help in choosing the right oil pump for this motor??
I appreciate any and all suggestions.
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pfffft, High Flow Dynamics is the best - hands down.


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pfffft, High Flow Dynamics is the best - hands down.

Carl, i checked out the pumps you talked about. it seems they got some tricks to improve oiling by modifying a Mellings oil pump. but as for cracking, im not sure there pumps would be any stronger.. i could be wrong. maybe you could elaborate on this pump. The Kaase pump looks stronger for sure.
(I too am in the market for a stronger pump)
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A 15:1 engine with spray sounds pretty serious.

The Kasse pump is a pretty serious piece (as far as wet sump pumps go)


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Where and how did you crack the pump? Paul's pumps are great pieces if you want to stay with a stock configuration pump. The Kaase pump is definitely stronger around the neck if that is where you broke yours.

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There is no "best" pump; there are several pump choices each with different oiling characteristics that suit specific engine applications better than others...just like selecting most any other engine component such as pistons (dome, flat, etc), heads (hemi, wedge, iron, etc), rods (steel, aluminum, etc).

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There is no "best" pump; there are several pump choices each with different oiling characteristics that suit specific engine applications better than others...just like selecting most any other engine component such as pistons (dome, flat, etc), heads (hemi, wedge, iron, etc), rods (steel, aluminum, etc).

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Hey Paul Please post a pic of one of your pumps with the big tube with duel support tabs. This stops pump breakage.
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