I just replaced my saginaw tear drop power steering pump with a Type II pump from Turn One. Wow, what a difference. My old pump was from Lee Power steering, and it struggled to turn the wheels at a stop with the engine at idle. I have a Lee box, 245's in the front and just added a Lee inline filter. I would not have done this except my old power steering pump had a relief issue and was leaking (only 2 summers of driving...). I bit the bullet and called Turn One. I am planing on adding Hydroboost and a cooler, so they increased the pressure the pump could produce. Since the install, i've only driven it once, but i'm very impressed. Noticeable improvement over the teardrop pump, and mine was from Lee, not original. You can get a type II box a hell of a lot cheaper then the route I went, but only the best for my car.... Here are some pics. I learned a bit from this experience, and when I add the cooler and Hydroboost I think I can clean the hoses up a bit. I had to use 10 washers per bolt to move the bracket forward to match the long water pump pulleys. Most manufactures only make brackets for short water pumps, which makes no sense to me. Here are some pics: Redneck bracket extension from short to long water pump: I hope that Lee inline filter is worth the trouble. I like that I have increased my fluid capacity, thus diluting contaminants. I hear they are overkill but what the heck. The cooler will eventually go in front of the rad, but I will need to take the nose off the car which i'm not ready to do yet. I filled it up with Amsoil power steering fluid. My neighbour happens to be an Amsoil dealer, so I support him, plus its up there with the best fluids. Type II PS pump is the way to go if you have the funds. Half the weight, half the HP consumption, less heat generated and more consistent feel from stop to full speed, plus it looks sleeker. I Highly recommend it.