All the oil pressure tells you is that you have X flow of oil in a Y resistance oiling system at the point of the oil pressure sensor. Journal bearing will flow a bit more oil with higher oil pressure (on top of what they naturally flow from PRM), which may help keep the delta-t of the oil coming out the sides down ... but higher oil pressure really isn't going to "lubricate" the bearing any better.It was also mentioned about flow equaling lubrication in this thread. so I maybe had some questions about how critical oil pressure would be at these higher RPMs.
Seems they would matter more at the higher RPMs than anything, the oil pressures, rather than at idle or easy driving... Correct?
I also thought I read somewhere that Subaru has some sort of low output oil pump that could put out a max of 42psi. Or am I off the mark there or does anybody know what I am talking about?