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Old 09-30-2008, 10:49 AM   #1
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Default Hydroboost pump pully

Ok.. So Im getting down to the last little things to converting my diesel to a SBC in my 83 CUCV 1ton... I got the power steering pump to mount to the block... and I took the pully off of a standard SBC pump and put it on mine.. Then I got to thinking the pully I put on there is smaller in diameter than the one that came off the 6.2.. so it will spin faster..(not to mention the 5.7 has a higher top RPM than the 6.2) Is this going to negativly affect the pump, my steering, or the hydro boost brakes???
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Default Re: Hydroboost pump pully

also if anyone has a diagram of how the pump, booster and gear box are supposed to be plumbed that would be very helpful
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Old 09-30-2008, 11:07 AM   #3
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Default Re: Hydroboost pump pully

i am pretty sure the pumps are the same for a 6.2 and a 5.7. i think the only differences are the diameter of the pulley and how the pump mounts to the block.

i think thats what you are asking. you might check part numbers on a replacement for a 6.2 vs. a 5.7

somebody feel free to chime in if i am wrong
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Default Re: Hydroboost pump pully

the pump on the 6.2 is different then the gasser pump, you will not harm it by spining it up a little faster its still only moving 1/4 the rpm;s of the motor.
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the pump on the 6.2 is different then the gasser pump, you will not harm it by spining it up a little faster its still only moving 1/4 the rpm;s of the motor.
sweet that is what I was wondering....Does anyone know where I can find out the proper way to plumb a hydroboost system?
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Default Re: Hydroboost pump pully

http://www.vancopbs.com/category_s/114.htm

installation is for a jeep, but a diagram of what you are looking for is a little over half way down the page.

and a quick part # comparison of power steering pumps on the napa website lists the same item number for a 350, 379 and 454. i think they all have different reservoirs and pulley diameters though. ill compare my 5.7 with my 6.2 when i get home.
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Default Re: Hydroboost pump pully

The reservoir, pulley diameter and mounting bracket are different between the 6.2 and 5.7.. I dont see any difference in the pump itself... other than the fact that the one off my 5.7 isnt a hydroboost pump so it lacks one output... my pump has 3 lines coming out of it...the one in that picture only has 2??
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oh...I guess you would jus eliminate that "T" and go straight to the box...How do I know which is the OUT and which is the IN on the box... I would assume the one that threads in is the OUT and the ones that jus use hose clamps are the INs...correct?? Does a hydroboost system create more heat than a conventional steering pump?? Jus wondering if I should go ahead and add a cooler while Im doing it...
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Default Re: Hydroboost pump pully

if memory serves the non-threaded are in, and they tend to leak more. i dont know about the cooler, but i know its reccomended to add a filter if it doesnt have one. im pretty sure thats what killed the pump in my burb, somebody had put a bypass around the filter and hid it well.
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put in a cooler, they get warm, especially then wheeling.
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cool... I got an old tranny cooler sitting here... Im make use of it...
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