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I am also a Honda tech if I haven't told you. Call up Honda that is the way to test them, I called them to make sure that is the correct way casue I bought a 02 and the bearing hade broken inside. The one that I installed works fine.
So ya if you don't want them I would buy them give me a price and shipping to Baxter MN
 

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Ya that was my point with Honda when I did them, but alot of them are still good. I put one in my and works just fine, does have some noise, most likey from some thing scored, but never the less it's 1400 still in my pocket. The other ones that I was selling all test the same and I wouldn't be afaird to install them if I was doing the job for myself and the old one a bearing broke.
**** alot of them with low oil pressure still moved and weren't noisy at all.

I was just selling the ones that I knew would pass as per honda bench testing. For that guy in his garage that his crapped out and didn't want to buy a 1400 one.
 

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Ya book spec is way low think I was told like 50psi at idle and 150 or more at 5000.
I also have changed out alot of the same compents. If it haden't came in and the custmer didn't want to fix it I wouldn't have it. it's a 02 that hade 15000 on it. 500 for the wheeler and 120 for the shop bill.
 
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