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gpm of a sunstrand trans in a 900 series

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s_stephen
hellow i was woundering if anyone here had any idea of how many gallons per miniute the pump on a sunstrand trans in a 900 series a-c puts out. thanks, stephen

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charge pump = 33 cubic inch per rev = 0.1428571 gallons per rev At 1000 rpm's = 143 gallons per minute. (assumes a 1:1 ratio between engine rpm and trans charge pump rpm) ?? wow that sounds like a lot. Is the spec = 33 c.i. or .33 c.i. ???? It must be .33 cubic inch = .00143 gals per rev At spec= .33, flow rate = 1.43 gals per minute at 1000 rpm's that sounds more reasonable. At 3000 rpm = 1.43 x 3 = 4.29 gals per minute. Hard to see the spec on the linked pix, other thread. Can someone verify this? Are we ready to launch the rocket? crk8 sm04 Let's gitter done. .

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Thanks guys I was hoping to run a loader off of the tractors hydraulics but that is not going to work due to the fact that the loader requires 3.8 g.p.m to operate and the power stearing on the unit will take up most of that. now on to finding a small hydraulic pump to opperate the loader.

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