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Old 10-19-2012, 04:13 PM
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Junkyard Electric Oil Pump?

Any one know where I can get an electric oil pump for cheap. Idk if any oem did this or if you guys know of anywhere online I can get them for cheap. I am playing around building a turbine engine from a turbo charger . I got a 40lb propane bottle kicking around and a bunch of turbos so figured hey why not. It will be such a cool learning opportunity and there is a lot of literature online.

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Any one know where I can get an electric oil pump for cheap. Idk if any oem did this or if you guys know of anywhere online I can get them for cheap. I am playing around building a turbine engine from a turbo charger . I got a 40lb propane bottle kicking around and a bunch of turbos so figured hey why not. It will be such a cool learning opportunity and there is a lot of literature online.
use a mr gasket diesel fuel pump, autozone napa etc should carry them its a small lil electric pump, i used one when i built a small turbine with a turbo from a 301 pontiac.

other then that not sure what else u can use
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here ya go
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Awesome thanks! I have seen other retrofit power steering pumps but I would rather have it be electric for simplicity. Any input or pictures of the turbine you built? How did you build the combustor?
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Awesome thanks! I have seen other retrofit power steering pumps but I would rather have it be electric for simplicity. Any input or pictures of the turbine you built? How did you build the combustor?
lmao no real input to give u, i actually melted the turbine wheel off mine the second time i fired it up. let me dig around in my photobucket and see if i have any pictures still i built that thing about 12 years ago
it its been so long i really dont remeber the detials from building it check out the diy turbine yahoo group there was tons of great info on there , i just dont know if the group is still active
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lmao no real input to give u, i actually melted the turbine wheel off mine the second time i fired it up. let me dig around in my photobucket and see if i have any pictures still i built that thing about 12 years ago
it its been so long i really dont remeber the detials from building it check out the diy turbine yahoo group there was tons of great info on there , i just dont know if the group is still active
ah got ya. I have heard EGT is very important lol. Im interested in input on building the combustion chamber and spark plug and fuel locations. Thanks for the input
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Remote Turbo guys use Ford/Holley fuel pump to get oil to remote mount turbo kits. It is also called the ford F250 frame rail pump. It works great as a booster pump for weak fuel systems needing massive fuel for boosted apps without taking the gas tank out. But it also pumps a crap load of oil as well. It will flow 10 w 40 in cold weather. I dont have the part number handy but its commonly used with alot of rodders. So much so holley sells a high pressure knock off.

I know it will flow enough oil to pump all the oil out of the crank case and onto the ground faster than you can scream "Cut it Off! Cut it Off!" LOL
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Ok here is the link:
JEGS Performance Products 159010K JEGS HP Electric Fuel Pump

Looks like jegs does one too. Ford one is cheaper and still good pressure. Everyone makes on in this style they must be made by GE or Bosh since everyone has there own branded version.
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