Dick, Thanks for the info. However, your response in regard to over oiling begs the question:
Over the last year I have read many, many post referencing a top-end over oiling problem associated with after-market oil pumps, regardless of manufacturer, and many “tricks” to reduce both flow and pressure, be it trimming the pressure spring or restricting the oil supply line to the heads. So the question is, what is the advantage of using one of these after market oil pumps over that of an OEM pump, as well as, if one had the choice to use an OEM oil pump or one of the after market pumps on a stock knuckle engine (restoration exactness not an issue), which would you choose.
2006 road king
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