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Conversation Between TwiZted Biker and bbdrocket
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  1. TwiZted Biker
    05-08-2011 12:47 PM
    That one is a bit complicated man , need to know what year the cases are for and what year the oil pump is for and without actual eyes on I couldn't begin to tell you whats what . A few will not work at all they are ported so differently . Your best bet is go to S&S web site and dig around their tech tip download section theres like a 8 page manual for that drilling jig with pictures that lays out about all the configuration there are . From the sounds of it you've got a line crossed or the wrong vent port closed off if she's blowing back that hard and make sure the crank breather gear is indexed correctly inside the cam cover . A couple of extreme cases like yours with built up engines & HIPO parts I've found the compression rings in upside down , they act like a pump then sucking the oil up and out . Good luck .
  2. 05-08-2011 08:58 AM
    I have a homebuilt Harley Shovelhead with oil problems. I using a new Delkron block, with an Evo oil pump. I had problems with it pressurizing the oil tank, now it runs 10 minutes and starts smoking like a freight train. Tore top end down a couple of times and checked the rings, rings are seated good. Heads have been completely redone. New guides, valves, seats. Have the guage to drill the block but don't know which hole to drill to adapt this oil pump to this block. Also running a dry primary. Any help would be appreciated.

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