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post #1 of 280 (permalink) Old 01-21-2006, 09:55 PM Thread Starter
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High FLow Dynamics Lubrication Products (Oil Pumps, Etc.)

This listing displays our oil pumps, oil pump kits and shim kits.

Second Generation Pumps Are Here!
Our Gen 2 pumps are available in front sump or rear sump configuation.

High Flow Dynamics Oil Pressure Shim Kit
This kit enables the end user to "shim up" the output pressure of their internal oil pump. Works with any 429/460
internal wet sump oil pump as offered by Melling, Dyna-Gear, Sealed Power, Ford Motorsport, Milodon and others. High
Pressure Shim Kit includes the following: three stainless steel shims (which should be enough to increase pressure
output between 10-30 p.s.i. depending on number of shims used), brand new factory original bypass pressure
replacement plug, and detailed instructions. This is by far the best <$20 investment one could make on an otherwise bone stock 429/460 oiling system.



High Pressure Shim Kit (shown above): $19.75 shipped to your door
(lower 48 contiguous United States only; all others contact us for grand total incl. shipping)


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Modified Melling Street/Strip Performance Prepped Rear Sump Oil Pump, M84D

The Melling M84D oil pump serves as the OEM stock 429/460 oil pump. Our modified standard volume pump performs better than that of the standard M84D. Our Street/Strip pump suits most hot rod engine builds, incorporates modified passages, our re-engineered bypass piston feature, and utilizes any oil pump pickup tube that is for use with rear-loading oil pumps like the M84D.



M84DHV Stage 1 Rear Sump Pump (shown above): $109.95

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Modified Melling Stage 1 Performance Prepped Front Sump Oil Pump,
M84BHV-S


The Melling M84BHV front sump oil pump flows greater than a stock 429/460 oil pump. Our modified Melling Stage 1
oil pumps perform beyond that of the standard M84 series. These performance prepped pumps suit most engine builds,
incorporate modified passages and our re-engineered bypass piston feature. It utilizes any mass produced bolt on oil
pump pickup tube designed to be used with the M84BHV. Ships complete with prepped oil pump, the factory Melling
front sump pickup screen, pickup mounting hardware, detailed instructions and our high pressure shim kit so that those
who wish to "shim up" the oil pump pressure for their specific build will have the parts in hand.



M84BHV-S Stage 1 Front Sump Pump (shown above): $179.95

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Modified Melling Stage 1 Performance Prepped Rear Sump Oil Pump,
M84DHV


The Melling M84DHV rear sump oil pump flows greater than a stock 429/460 oil pump. Our modified Melling Stage 1
oil pumps perform beyond that of the standard M84 series. These performance prepped pumps suit most engine builds,
incorporate modified passages and our re-engineered bypass piston feature. It utilizes any mass produced bolt on oil
pump pickup tube designed to be used with the M84DHV. Ships complete with prepped oil pump, heavy duty oil pump
shaft, detailed instructions, and our high pressure shim kit so that those who wish to "shim up" the oil pump pressure
for their specific build will have the parts in hand.



M84DHV Stage 1 Rear Sump Pump (shown above): $149.95

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Modified Melling Stage 2 Performance Prepped Rear Sump Oil Pump Kit
w/ Adjustable Pressure--M84DHV


The Melling M84DHV oil pumps flow greater than a stock 429/460 oil pump. Our modified Melling Stage 2 ultra-prepped
pumps perform beyond that of the standard M84DHV. Further, the Stage 2 pumps feature adjustable oil pressure. Pump mods
are executed throughout the pump by hand and on a CNC machine for precision and consistency. Our modified pumps
have supported blown nitromethane fuel-altered funny cars. For max effort appications only where an internal pump
is desired or required.

The Stage 2 Kit includes a fully prepped ultra-high performance Stage 2 oil pump, all the raw materials to custom fabricate
yourself a gargantuan pickup tube (flange, tubing, strap steel for bracket, oil strainer and main bolt with stand-off stud),
heavy duty oil pump drive shaft and detailed instructions.





M84DHV Stage 2 Kit (shown above): $249.95

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Performance Oil Filter Adaptor

Our specially prepared oil filter adaptors have a radiussed exit so that oil can get around the hard corner easily and keep the downstream oil pressure better replenished. Also, by flaring the exit oil flow slows down as it enters the block cavity which reduces turbulence in the cavity and helps prepare it for the abrupt turn. Another nice feature is that our adaptor's block threads have a shoulder at the top so that it cannot be screwed too far into the engine block and bottom out/cause a restriction unto itself. We include a 3/4-16 nut to facilitate installation. Instructions included.
  • Brand new filter adaptor
  • Fully machined, modified, and ready for installation
  • 3/4-16 nut included for ease of installation
  • Instructions
  • Shipping


Hi- Perf Filter Adaptor (shown above): $20 shipped to your door
(lower 48 contiguous United States only; all others contact us for grand total incl. shipping)


For inquiries, please contact me through the forum by either private messaging (PM) or by email.

Thanks,

Paul

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Got my pump last week. Thanks Paul, for the quick shipping and for taking the time to answer my questions. Bump to the top and props for the top notch service.
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Oil Pump Mods

Paul,

Do you spot face the oil pump at the mating surfaces for the bolts? I've had problems with the bolt heads not setting flush on these pumps...not a good thing.
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Re: Oil Pump Mods

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Paul,

Do you spot face the oil pump at the mating surfaces for the bolts? I've had problems with the bolt heads not setting flush on these pumps...not a good thing.
These pumps are made in big batches with many pump housing casting molds, each of which may have slight differences. So as far as cleaning up the top side of the oil pump mountng pad, this is handled on a case-by-case basis, usually deemed unnessary, but occassionally addressed. Sounds like you have one that may need a little detailing. We give all our pumps a thorough inspection both before and after the modifications.

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New production run just completed; all models in stock and ready to ship!
  • Stage 1 front sump
  • Stage 1 rear sump
  • Stage 2 Kit, rear sump

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what should yiur oil pressure be?? mines 75psi at 3000 rpms should it be 100psi
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what should oil pressure be?? mine's 75psi at 3000 rpms should it be 100psi?
Terry,
Your oil pressure is plenty/right where it should be. Oil pressure may be increased with the use of the shim kit, but I don't think you need this at all...sounds like you have great pressure!

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DB: Your Stage 2 Kit has shipped/tracking number emailed.

KC: Payment received for your two Stage 1 pumps.

DT: Payment received for your Stage 2 Kit.

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hey

Paul I received my oil pump & pickup last week. Looks great! Tanks again.

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The pleasure is all ours, Dennis. The pickup fab on your Stage 2 Kit came out awesome and I, for one, look forward to seeing final pics of the system all mounted up on that Elimnator block.

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what pump to use in our engine?

530 inch trick flow A head engine. building to run hot rod drag week. hope to generate 950 hp on bottle. thank you randy.

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Randy,

Your motor could use most any of the pumps we offer, based on it's displacement, HP level and application. Other details about it will help nail down the most suitable internal oil pump.

PM me your number or give me a call (number on website) and we can go over this together.

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