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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Pump Blueprinting Instructions

    Ive never noticed a top speed gain, but have noticed a diff in the hookup thru the chop. some of those oem pumps out there are pretty rough. its a great wintertime project, especially if you have good porting tools in your basement :)

    I remember extrude hone, never used it tho.
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  2. #12
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    oxnard ca
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    Default Re: Pump Blueprinting Instructions

    I have seen a lot of people get engine parts extrude honed. I actually know a guy with a turbo civic that has had the treatment. Sounds cool to me but I don't know what it would do for a jet pump

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