Main Motorcycle: '74 T140V Chop
Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Woodbridge, UK
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I'll have to dig my pump and cam wheel out later (or tomrorow) and have a measure up.
Surely if the inlet hole doesn't have a non return in it then the pump COULD suck (if it was set up to go past the inlet hole) and you would get flow both ways in the feed line. That could be counter productive.
Yeah, I am talking about literally adding in non return valves though on the scavenge suction and the feed suction. If the oil flows both ways due to the pump lifting above the hole, putting an nrv there would stop the oil from flowing back out meaning it would pressurise earlier. That would make the standard pump just have slightly higher output. Out of interest I may look into this.
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