Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board - View Single Post - 200-4R Build Finally Begins!
View Single Post
  #37 (permalink)  
Old 10-16-2012, 09:00 AM
zildjian4life218's Avatar
zildjian4life218 zildjian4life218 is offline
Listen and Learn
Last wiki edit: DIY junkyard electrical fan controller
Last journal entry: SBC 305 Twin Turbo
Last photo:
Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: WNY/Rochester, New York
Age: 28
Posts: 1,777
Wiki Edits: 7

Thanks: 72
Thanked 27 Times in 24 Posts
Originally Posted by SSedan64 View Post
That's a Pump rebuild kit, not a Pump. It's also a little pricey. If the Pump needs rebuilding I recommend buying a rebuilt one. It's not possible to get the clearances right unless you have a Lathe.
CK has reasonably priced HP Pumps. >

Pump rebuild/upgrade Info starts about 1/4 way down Pg.
ATTENTION!!!! NEW VERSION!! Strengthening The 2004r | TurboBuick.Com

I'd wait on the Billet OD parts. You can buy them later on if needed.
Chris/CK has a Trans Dyno.
Awesome thanks for the heads up on the pump. Ive never had any experience with this stuff so its great to have some guidance. I may just buy a whole new pump from CK that way I don't have to screw around with a used pump and its setup the way the recommend. Plus it comes with the larger boost valve and the heat treated pump stator I will need. Only problem is Im on the other side of the state so I imagine shipping would be a fortune and its probably about a 6hr drive one way. But then again I may not be able to find something local so who knows. I will have to figure that out when the time comes I guess.
Reply With Quote