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AVIAID WET/DRY SUMP PUMPS FOR CHRYSLER 426 HEMI

The smallest OEM replacement pump is factory configured to flow from 8 to 20 GPM (gallons per minute), and can be adjusted to deliver up to 300 PSI pressure. It has a 5/16” female hex drive. For racing applications where 20 to 40 GPM flow is needed, Aviaid’s larger unit is the best bet. It can also be adjusted to provide oil pressure in a 0-300 PSI range. A 7/16” male hex drive is utilized.

Also available are multi-stage pumps that mount parallel to the block and employ a crankshaft-driven belt drive. They can be configured with a wide range of scavenge/pressure sections.

For additional information, visit www.aviaid.com.

ART MORRISON BIKINI CLIP

Builders wanting to improve a car’s chassis in stages now have the perfect starting point in the form of Art Morrison’s new “Bikini Clip.” This fixture-welded subframe is designed to be trimmed as necessary to splice into the OEM frame between the front kick-up and core support/bumper mount —not disturbing key factory components. Later, a center brace kit (with exhaust passages) and rear suspension clip can be added.

For more detail, go to www.artmorrison.com.

UNIVERSAL ADJUSTABLE PUMP MOUNTING BRACKETS

Aviad has developed some new “universal” “fixed” and “pivot” configuration mounts that can be adapted to a variety of engines, from 4 cylinders on up.

The “fixed” system employs a plate that is bolted to the block, with the pump attached at the optimum fore/aft position through use of the appropriate 1/4-20 mounting holes in the grid.

For those who want the belt tension set through adjusting the pivot angle of the pump, Aviaid has developed a new mounting system to efficiently accomplish this task. It features a block-mount plate with a pivot bolt, which works in conjunction with an Aviaid oil pump equipped with special mounting blades.

Head to www.aviaid.com for more information.  

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