FASTFATBOY wrote:Thunder Racing sells a "better" electric pump kit.
Another is one Off a 4.6 32 valve N/A Cobra I think.
BTW just out of curiousity, why do you have a rev kit in the car? I had one in a previous motor(AFR KIT) and it was NOTHING but problems in my first LT1.
IMO with the rights springs and valvetrain you do not need a rev kit.
Thanks for the info on Thunder Racing. (And the Star racing stuff guys.) If the factory pump burns up I'll look into their set ups.
The way its all set up on a Corvette I can hide the catch can over in the front wheel well where the pump is located and it will never be seen. Also I don't want to be milling any additional holes in my valve covers (which are Carbon Fiber) for a PCV system. One hose routed in the intake valley and one hose tapped into the oil fill cap on the drivers valve cover should be clean and painless.
As for the Rev Kit. I've always used them on any hyd rollers turning near or over 7000rpm. Never had any problems with the AFR unit desgined for the stock type lifters (I have Morels) in the past. The valve train and springs are not a problem, I just want the additional insurance since its a 6spd car (on real street tires most the time).