swatson454 wrote:Here's a thought:
If a high-volume pump is installed that's capable of gobs of pressure but it's regulated by a 50 or 60 pound spring, isn't it simply bypassing that extra volume? If that's the case, wouldn't a standard-volume pump with the same spring make more sense?
Fordracer347 wrote:If you are still concerned, the old rule of thumb of 10 psi for every 1000 RPM has been a hot rod standard for decades and it has worked great. Many have found that with better control they can run far less than that and be just fine.