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Re: running@idle oil pressure for a ford jubilee

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11-08-2013 21:51:03

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Ah, sorry, I don't believe those numbers for 2 reasons: 1.) You said those numbers are the same hot or cold. Can't be. Those numbers must go down when she heats up. 2.) Even on a new Jubilee engine, those numbers are too high. I would think replace the gauge and try again.

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11-09-2013 13:13:12

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 Re: running@idle oil pressure for a ford jubilee in reply to TimInd, 11-08-2013 21:51:03  
you are simply incorrect.

red tiger engines have a higher oil pressure relief cracking number than an N.

while a fresh N should top out around 45.. it's not uncommon to see 55-60 psi cold start throttle on a red tiger that is healthy.

Also not uncommon to see hot running pressures inthe 45-55 range for a healthy red tiger.

I've got about a dozen in the barn to back that up.

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11-10-2013 18:26:11

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 Re: running@idle oil pressure for a ford jubilee in reply to soundguy, 11-09-2013 13:13:12  
I agree> My 641 runs 55-60 psi steady. Does this with original and a test gauge. Has done this since I got it.

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11-11-2013 05:39:16

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 Re: running@idle oil pressure for a ford jubilee in reply to Bill Radford, 11-10-2013 18:26:11  
very, very common on a red tiger. when I see them with much less oil pressure.. i think oil and air fitler services were not done, and or it has a bajillion hours on it...

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11-09-2013 05:51:42

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 Re: running@idle oil pressure for a ford jubilee in reply to TimInd, 11-08-2013 21:51:03  
I have a 640 that has run 50/60 pounds hot or cold for 27 years.Never say never.I have put new rod and main bearings in engines that hold steady pressure.

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