Power Flow 1650psi Power Steering Pump
Trail-Gear’s new Power Flow 1650 psi pump has been designed and engineered to provide ultimate performance. The body of the pump is constructed of steel to increase reliability and decrease wear. It is also equipped with oversized bushings for high H.P. motors and applications with high pump shaft side loads. Trail-Gear’s Power Flow Pumps have one of the highest flow rates in the industry. The Power Flow pump has been endurance tested at 400°F and has a consistent steady flow across all rpm’s and will not bypass early. In addition, the Power Flow pump has heavy-duty internals and is a direct replacement for "TC" and "CB" style pumps.
- 130304-1-KIT - Power Flow Pump w/ Pulley
- 130303-KIT - Power Flow Pump w/o Pulley
Caution: Maximum pump RPM is 7,000 RPM. Do not drive the pump beyond 7,000 RPMs. If you are using this pump on a custom build, you will need to calculate the correct pump pulley size to ensure you do not exceed 7,000 RPMs on the pump.
PUMP PULLEY SIZE CALCULATION INSTRUCTIONS Maximum pump RPM is 7,000 RPM. Do not drive the pump beyond 7,000 RPMs. If you are using this pump on a custom build, you will need to calculate the correct pump pulley size to ensure you do not exceed 7,000 RPMs on the pump. The formula to calculate this is as follows:
Engine RPM x CD = Pump RPM x PD
Engine RPM is the maximum RPM you will run your motor at.
CD = Diameter of engine crank pulley
Pump RPM is the max Pump RPMs allowed
PD = Diameter of Pump Pulley
Example: I have a LS engine I will run up to 6,000 RPM. The crank pulley diameter on the engine is 7- 1/2”. What diameter pulley do I need to use on my Power Flow™ pump to make sure it doesn’t spin faster than 7,000 rpm?
PD = (6000x7.5) ÷ 7000 = 6.42"
Since a 7.42" pulley are not available you would go to the next size up being a 6.5" pulley.