I just hope I got the engine shut down in time after I made a drill bit out of my oil shaft. This happened on the way to the track. I drove the car fully loaded with slicks, floor jack, tools, my daughter, two bottles of nitrous. A brand new tune I had overnighted from Don just for that day. I noticed the oil pressure (stock gauge) was fluctuating a bit. Kept going, I can't believe all the people HERE saying how the stock gauge is an idiot gauge that either works or doesn't... it isn't accurate AT ALL. I'm here to kill that MYTH. Mine works great. Sure it doesn't have numbers, but when the needle dips, the oil pressure is too! We made the 1.5 hour drive to the track. Got within a block of the entrance.... my oil pressure dropped. I coasted up to the stop sign across the highway from the track. Waited for traffic to clear. Even made the comment. Well I guess my gauge finally quite, the engine sounds fine. As I pulled across the highway. The noise started. I had to blip it to 2,500 rpms or so to shoot out of traffic, then I shut it down. We trailered it INTO the track. Anyone ever changed an oil pump IN the car? Or should I just plan on pulling the engine again?