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Today I got all my installation done so I was hitting switches it has two pumps. In the front I got marzzochis with gear #9 and on the rear I got the rockfords I think the #5 but my front pump is not lifting anymore same thing is happening to my cousin with the marzzochis and now we are not over locking it. ;)
 

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Originally posted by Big Baller 82cutlass@Nov 23 2003, 11:21 PM
Today I got all my installation done so I was hitting switches it has two pumps. In the front I got marzzochis with gear #9 and on the rear I got the rockfords I think the #5 but my front pump is not lifting anymore same thing is happening to my cousin with the marzzochis and now we are not over locking it. ;)
I dont want to keep on replacing seals. ;)
 

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Honestl, I think it isn't the heads messing up. From what I have seen they are pretty much the same. Maybe something else is going wrong in the system to make you blow seals like crazy.
 

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Originally posted by S10lifted@Nov 23 2003, 11:45 PM
Honestl, I think it isn't the heads messing up. From what I have seen they are pretty much the same. Maybe something else is going wrong in the system to make you blow seals like crazy.
Well is a brand new pump. :)
 

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seems like you overtightened your pumphead, and it isnt sitting right, or isnt seated right on the block, take it off, but hopefully you didnt warp it :0
 

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Not to diss showtime but i got a block from them that the machining was so far off that the pumphead pressure hole was so far off that it it didn't line up with the block u might want to check that.. if they dont line up u will blow seals..
 

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Well, if your not overlocking your pumps then maybe it is what the other guy said and that the blocks are amchined wrong. I'm not sure what it is. Try a totally different pumphead and see if it keeps doing it.
 

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Originally posted by S10lifted@Nov 24 2003, 06:45 PM
Well, if your not overlocking your pumps then maybe it is what the other guy said and that the blocks are amchined wrong. I'm not sure what it is. Try a totally different pumphead and see if it keeps doing it.
Dammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm it I m fucking dumb yesterday I did not notice that one of my front cylinder hose was loose and it leaked all the oil. So the pump just needed oil in the tank :ugh: Thanks anyways for all the help homies. :cheesy:
 
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