Hi guy's i know this subject has been covered some time before but i want to have a clear answer on what i'm planning to do. My amc 360 has been professionnaly rebuilt 6 years ago. Oil pump has been rebuilt with new Gear but i doubt that the end plate wasn't rebuilt to. When cold start i have a strong 45-50 psi but when cold it goes as down as 5-10 psi at idle. There is no clicking noise when at that low psi but i would like to get more so i will stop stress when wheeling the jeep. When i hit the throttle the pressure jump but will never go above 30 psi when hot. I'be reading for a while on different forum (here too) and a good fix seem to be a mildplate. I was looking for the oil recolation kit from bulltear. I already have a oil relocation kit but it goes over the oem filter as opposed to bulltear that seem to be better since it bolted directly over the oil pump gear. This sollution seem to give some more oil pressure at idle but i would also suspect the front cover, the gear housing could be worn out causing the pressure to drop. From there bulltear offer a new front cover with nickel plated for durability. But for around 400$ i want to make sure it will solve my low oil pressure. From there, I like to know what others as done to get better pressure at idle. I need to swap out the 2 row pulley for the 3 row pulley so it's time to work on the oil pump since i'm taking off the front shell to do the job.