Higher RPM, more oil pressure, standard bolt torque sufficient?
Looks like I'll be doing a bottom end gasket replacement this weekend. The sump is weeping and I appear to have oil coming from either the oil pump gasket or crankshaft seal. Probably best just to do the lot whilst I'm down there (not changed any except sump for over 100K).
I take it that even with increased RPM that bolts should still be done up to Hayes specified torque?
Should I replace the oil pump at this stage or will it be sufficient to fit it out with SBD metal gears and nylon relief valve?