I came across a few threads that metioned that some of the NA-t people were blowing seals with the GTE oil pump on their GE block. I saw other threads that seemed to imply it was ok to run a GTE pump on a GE block.I understand that there will be less flow needed due to the lack of oil squirters, but I really wanted to get some feed back from those who have already done this.for the record you do not want to use a GTE oil pump on a GE motor. you will have major oil pressure issues the GE requires a GE pump because it has less volume due to the lack of oil squirters. everyone who puts a GTE pump on a GE blows a main seal either front or back depends how unlucky you are.
what you need is the 96+ GE oil pump which has the crank sensor mount on it. The crank gear may have a different number of teeth on it but use the one from your TT and the newer GE oilpump, then you get the proper oil pressure for the motor, with the crank sensor mount, and you wont be blowing oil out everywhere.
You want to use the non vvti bottom end, TT headgasket, TT head and everything else. will work out fine. for oil feed you can use an is300 union bolt, and the drain you just have to drill out on the GE oil pan or just reuse your aristo pan since you have a GS you need a mid sump I believe.
for the coolant lines just hijack those from somewhere maybe from wherever is feeding your throttle body coolant right now or get creative, there are lots of ways to hook up the oil and coolant.
I know the later VVTi GE pumps have a crank sensor, but I have already purchased a modified GTE pump from powerhouse racing (shimed higher pressure, ported relief ports).
GE block and crank (with aftermarket internals)
GTE head (off an Aristo)
I am hoping to use the modified TT oil pump. Am I going to have issues with pressures getting to high or blowing seals? Anyone done this already?