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Old 07-16-2014, 05:02 PM   #1
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Hello,
I have an oil pump for sale. While trouble shooting the car, I ordered a replacement pump thinking I was leaking oil from the pump, turns out it was the galley plug behind the pump. This was installed and only used to idle the engine for a short period of time. An insignificant number of 'miles' were put on it and it functions absolutely perfectly.

Brand new MSRP ~$440 + ship

Buy it for $360 shipped. (paypal +3%)

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best reasonable offer?
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I really could use this interested in any trades? I got some gauges or a fuel pump.
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Thanks for the offer, I have everything I need aside from suspension or wider wheels/tires.

I just want to get my car back and on the dyno
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what year is it for
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It's listed on the website as use for 91.5-05 BP engines. I am uncertain is this covers VVT motors but this was mounted on a 99 BP4W.
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There's a big difference. If its the vvt one I'll take it, if not then glws. (vvt ones are backwards compatible onto the previous years, but not vice versa)
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I'll contact BE to clarify. Their website doesn't discriminate against which engine type as it redirects you to the same page for the street strip pumps; I wonder if they just use one pump for all applications.

I'll update the thread accordingly.
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Holy crap, just got a lightning quick response from [email protected] and he said that they'd work fine on either motor.
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There's a big difference. If its the vvt one I'll take it, if not then glws. (vvt ones are backwards compatible onto the previous years, but not vice versa)
BE switched from having a bunch of different oil pumps to "one size fits all" and as far as I know that one-size has VVT gears (which are wider, afaik)
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Great info!
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well that's pretty cool, let me check my funds and PM you
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Could you ship to New Zealand?
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If you pay shipping, sure!
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Can you PM me with details?
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