I had one and yeah there ok, didnt notice a difference from my stock, but it lasted. Before you go out and buy a new oil pump, fist make sure your engine isnt worn out and has good oil pressure.
Do they supply more oil? Well heres the thing, oil pumps DONT create oil pressure, they ONLY create flow, when oil gets picked up by the pump it travels were it needs to go, and before it exits, the "hole" gets smaller compared to the diameter of the tube were it was traveling, therefore it sprays like IF there was pressure... (imagine a water hose, and you placing your finger at the tip.. Pressure)So a worn out engine will have less oil pressure than a new/rebuilt one, no matter if you buy a 1M dollar oil pump
thanks for letting me join.
my son and I have a Honda Civic stockcar that we will race on the UK short circuits,
when the lock down has finished..
its running a 1400 engine with a S20 box.
will go onto the transmission forum as I have a few questions if you wouldn’t mind having a look at...
I figured I should post in here, even though I'm not really a newb persay.... it's just been a while since I owned a Civic. After 6-7 years, I'm finally back into the Civic world again. I sold my old 98 Hatch and went k-series via an RSX. After a rear passenger tire blowout ripped up my rear end...
This site has helped me with a lot, thought I would make an account. Been working on a 94 dx coupe. Almost all stock with a z6 and tranny swap. Saving for better suspension, the passenger side is about a half an inch higher. Here’s some pics of the swap too