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    Default enderle 110 pump

    Quick question? What does everyone use to seal the pump to cam drive extension?

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    Quote Originally Posted by creepingcharlie View Post
    Quick question? What does everyone use to seal the pump to cam drive extension?
    Thin layer of silicone. If some oozes out the side let it set for a day or two and you can roll it off with your fingers instead of smearing it while it's "wet"

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    Quote Originally Posted by obnoxious001 View Post
    Thin layer of silicone. If some oozes out the side let it set for a day or two and you can roll it off with your fingers instead of smearing it while it's "wet"
    Bingo!

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    Yup, everyone does it...
    I use ultra black with the black enderle extension.... no color mismatching allowed!

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    Thanks guys. I figured it was silicone. But was not 100%. I am a little surprized that it is not a o ringed connection for easy removal and assembly for maintenance.

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    If it is an enderle 3 piece extension.. you can buy a quick release adapter for the extension. A quick release adapter for the pump, and a QR clamp.... then you aren't breaking a seal a dozen times a year.... just EASIER
    Good vibrations racing has em... reasonably priced.
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    I use a RCD fuel pump driveshaft, and then machine a round bore inside and add a seal ???

    ( I'm a dumbass )

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    I use a RCD fuel pump driveshaft, and then machine a round bore inside and add a seal ???

    ( I'm a dumbass )
    Hell yes, that would work. Most guys don't have access to lathe, mill, etc...

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    Light smear of clear silicone - our extension is sealed by the front bearing , so it can't get into the engine anyway.

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    Default Sealing a pump extension or pump to Timing cover

    Quote Originally Posted by creepingcharlie View Post
    Quick question? What does everyone use to seal the pump to cam drive extension?

    Thin smear of silicone

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    Quote Originally Posted by wagspe208 View Post
    If it is an enderle 3 piece extension.. you can buy a quick release adapter for the extension. A quick release adapter for the pump, and a QR clamp.... then you aren't breaking a seal a dozen times a year.... just EASIER
    Good vibrations racing has em... reasonably priced.
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    Going to look into this. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    I use a RCD fuel pump driveshaft, and then machine a round bore inside and add a seal ???

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    Would this be able to be done with a enderle pump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alkymike View Post
    Light smear of clear silicone - our extension is sealed by the front bearing , so it can't get into the engine anyway.
    I had a little bit of oil in between the pump and extension. I was thinking that it was there to keep the bearings lubed.

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    No, the bearings are sealed. The oil just came up through the chain or gear drive.
    The bearing in our extensions are sealed s well.
    Just a dab of silicone will almost always fix that issue.

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