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Hello guys, Does anyone know if the LS2 oil pump ever needs to be changed
if it is scheduled to be changed after x Miles for example?

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There is no recommended interval for the oil pump.
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Allright, thanks a lot
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Replace when you rebuild the engine.
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There is no recommended interval for the oil pump.
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Replace when you rebuild the engine.


You can upgrade when you go with a BIG cam.
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:)

i guess the quality of it aint that bad then
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