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Old 19-01-07, 12:16   #1
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Difference from a n1 gtr oil pump or just a gtr oil pump

whats the difference bteween a n1 and a normal gtr pump..?
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Old 19-01-07, 13:16   #2
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this is the 4th thread about pumps your involved in will someone help him out poor guys gonna fill the forum with oil pump questions
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Old 19-01-07, 14:40   #3
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The mechanical side of things are the same.

The only difference externally with the N1 is where the oil pressure relief spring cap screws in , I think the std one is flush with the lower rail of the pump and the N1 version projects below the rail on the crank case side .

The pressure relief spring is rated higher to create a higher pressure and to also maintain that pressure (obviously)

Im not sure if the N1 has a more durable drive or whether the earlier 32 cranks can still wear the drive during high rpm due to the small key on the nose of the crank
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