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Author Topic:   Mechanical vs. Belt drive alky pump
dirtcrew
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posted August 15, 2001 10:41 PM
got a power steering alky pump on my406 30 races and no prob good fuel pressure just dont get the belt to tight little hard to get the pump pully adjusted allen ***** in a tight spot


7a
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posted August 16, 2001 12:28 AM
kse


Mod 78
Member
posted August 16, 2001 08:54 AM
I have been using my KSE tandem power steering/fuel pump for the last 4 years. I got it used when I bought my first car and it was 3-4 years old at that time. It has been sent back to KSE once to have it checked out and everything was fine. If you take one apart you'll see how simple they are. Just make sure you make each part of the blocks so they go back together correctly. There are only hex gears (like in an oil pump) and O-rings inside. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO GO !!!!!


BILLY BOB
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posted August 16, 2001 12:43 PM
I would go with the belt drive. We have been using one all year without a problem. As far as a carb we use a Willy's. The are in mt. carmel il. We bolted it on and have not had to touch it. They will custom build what ever you need. Just tell them what you got and they will make it work.


jlfastride
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posted August 18, 2001 10:48 PM
belt drive is definately the choice. more steady flow and much cheaper to set up the bypass(spring and pill) instead of throttle bypass. gl jl


brownstone
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posted August 19, 2001 12:38 PM
KSE belt drive all the way. Mount it on the back of the motor, fix it and forget it. Send it back over the off season for a check up.


AJ GARBE70
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posted August 19, 2001 11:20 PM
i see people useing barry grant you can get about any of them to use for alky


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