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CAN I PUT A HIGH FLOW OIL PUMP IN MY FOX WITH A STOCK BLOCK

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Do not put on a high flow oil pump or water pump on Ford 302 engines. Do put on a hardened oil pump drive shaft.
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Originally posted by 408OUTLAW:
CAN I PUT A HIGH FLOW OIL PUMP IN MY FOX WITH A STOCK BLOCK

Don't do it. Those fuckers go out quick. I'm assuming your shaft gave out? Just put a new stock replacement pickup and pump and an ARP shaft and you're good.

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High pressure/volume pumps are not recommended. It adds too much pressure which puts additional strain on the distributor gear/roll pin and can twist the oil pump drive shaft. Its just not needed. ARP driveshaft IS recommended though.

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