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Ford Model A/b High Volume Aluminum Oil Pump Specialty Motor Cams on

US $375.00

Plymouth, Wisconsin, United States

Plymouth, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New Surface Finish:Aluminum Warranty:No Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Brand:Specialty Motor Cams

Aluminum High Volume / High pressure Oil Pump for Model A Ford 1928-1929-1930-1931 and B motors 32-32-34

Designed for full pressure street or race type application engines, where more volume and greater pressure is needed. Pump oil pressure is 35-40 psi, but can be increased to 50-55 psi by installing a heavier spring that is provided with the pump. No modifications are needed for installation! With prevision to bolt it in.Made in USA!  by Specialty Motor Cams  Plymouth Wisconsin


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