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Old 11-20-2012, 07:43 AM
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I don't think anybody has bout one hell I have te 6 emails about it and never got a response
I have been thinking about this but that response makes me uneasy
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Old 11-20-2012, 07:50 AM
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Ya honestly I would not buy one since I can't even get ahold of te company that makes it and if you read the description close it is by even fully rebuilt they just modify your pump from it la current status and the say it will hold 3000 psi well that is not high pressure for a hpop
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Old 11-20-2012, 08:42 AM
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Yeah I've been shopping and Tousley has the best price so far think I'll stick with them
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I don't know flow, but I do know Joey @ Terminator Engineering... GREAT PRODUCT!!!

I am on another forum that he is also a part of and rarely gets on... This is a very small organization but very quality and very seeked out by other people... I just never had an 03-04 so I never really talked about it. Now that people are questioning his capability, I will say, yes it takes a while to get ahold of him. but it is SO worth it. Many guys are running his pump with larger injectors. It flows more oil to them and truck runs smoother and more powerful.

He is working on 05-07 pumps actually... that is why he is really busy. I will say this, when my pump goes out I will be giving my business to Joey @ Terminator


If you have an 03-04 truck, Get the Terminator pump and you won't be disappointed
early (03-04) OEM pumps fail... Joey's do not... No brainer
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:13 AM
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Thanks for the info. Since he side not rebuild them but just modifies them if I have a pump with low pressure should I buy a new one then send it to him to be modifies?
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If you are not planning on running larger injectors, like bigger than 205s, it doesn't pay to upgrade the pump IMO. With the adrenaline pump, and I would presume this higher output terminator unit, the tuning needs to be adjusted to pull IPR duty cycle otherwise the truck won't run right. It can be kind of a pain to get dialed in I am told.
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:19 AM
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So your sayin the only option for huge injectors is dual pumps? Why not a te or adrenaline pump with hpods?
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:23 AM
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No, I am saying that if you have anywhere from stock to 205s it is not worth it to change the pump to higher output one, just replace with stock.

If you plan to go bigger than 205s, then you can either go with dual pumps, the adrenaline pump, possibly this terminator pump, or hybrid injectors. The Adrenaline can only handle up to about 240cc conventionals. To go bigger you either need to use hybrids or dual HPOPs

Edit: I think we are starting to see that nozzle size is also having a huge effect on the ICP. Even with 05-07 stock pumps, lots of guys are strucggling to maintain ICP with 205s and 150% nozzles.
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:24 AM
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Ok now we are in the same page lol
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:38 AM
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Yes we are. Are you making plans for bigger sticks?
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