Melling M-63HV Mopar B/RB Oil Pump, High Volume, Standard Pressure, Wet Sump
$$108.60Engine \ Oil Pumps \ Mopar Big Block Oil PumpsM-63HV
MELM-63HV
Melling M-63HV Mopar B/RB Oil Pump, High Volume, Standard Pressure, Wet Sump
Melling high volume oil pumps increase the amount of oil flow by an average of 20% through the engine improving oil pressure at idle providing dependable performance every time in every application. Every Melling high volume oil pump is engineered and assembled to the highest production standards from high quality materials. All Melling high ...
MellingM-63HV Mopar B/RB, Oil Pump, High-Volume

Melling

Melling M-63HV Mopar B/RB Oil Pump, High Volume, Standard Pressure, Wet Sump

$108.60

Item #: MELM-63HV

Mfg Part #: M-63HV

UPC #: 729295100843

Applies To Continental U.S. orders only

Out Of Stock

Specifications
Oil Pump Specifications
Oil Pump Style
Wet sump
Applications
Make
Mopar
Engine Family
Mopar big block B
Engine Size
5.9L/361-6.6L/400
Years
1958-1978
Engine Family 2
Mopar big block RB
Engine Size 2
6.3L/383-7.2L/440
Years 2
1959-1978
General
Brand
Melling
Item #
MELM-63HV
Mfg Part #
M-63HV
UPC
729295100843
Description
Melling high volume oil pumps increase the amount of oil flow by an average of 20% through the engine improving oil pressure at idle providing dependable performance every time in every application. Every Melling high volume oil pump is engineered and assembled to the highest production standards from high quality materials. All Melling high volume oil pumps use the latest in gear and gerotor technology to provide the highest level of quality and performance. High volume gears are machined to close tolerances to ensure proper engine pressure and correct, efficient pump operation. End plates are precision ground for maximum ware resistance. Every Melling oil pump is individually tested for pressure and flow under conditions designed to duplicate actual engine operating conditions.
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