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post #51 of 59 Old 11-21-2012, 07:23 AM Thread Starter
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Lucky you...

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Yeah It was a good find. I guess he had a heck of a time getting any of his core money back from them tho, glad I didn't have to go through that.

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Not the first time I have heard that which is why nothing ede will go on my truck

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Same here. They do make some good products like the twin HPOP kit but the service is pretty bad. I have had my own hassles with them within the past couple years, so it seems to be a reoccurring theme.

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Just got this email finally

Hey Gary, it's similar to the 7.3 T500 pump. Actually, that's exactly what it is.

I don't have any 6.0 cores though. The few that I had were bad. The issue I'm having with those are some of the body's have casting flaws and are not rebuildable. What I've been doing for now, is having the customer ship there's. If it's rebuildable, I build it. If not, I send it back as a core. There is about a 40% bad casting rate.

So, I'm getting estimates to have custom body's produced to cure this issue(billet aluminum).

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So what is your opinion/ conclusion of the company/Joey from that?

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I asked him ALOT of very specific questions and for very vague answers as far at turn around time and flow and injector capability and stuff so ill leave it at that

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I talked to Bob Riley for about 1/2 hr a couple days ago about the Adrenaline for the 05-07. He is expecting to get his latest prototype back from the machinist next week. Then it needs to go to testing. Not his words but I would say maybe 1st quarter '13 before anything is ready. He did say the 05-07 pump is a monster though. He said the difference between the 05-07 pump and the existing adrenaline is like to stock 03 pump to the 03 Adrenaline. I'm not waiting around for it to come out. I ordered the HPO Delivery System and I hope that will give me enough to get buy on till the pump comes out. You're definitely going to need the HPODS anyway to get the most out of the new Adrenaline.
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So what was suppose to be mid summer of this year (8 years after the building of the 2005 trucks) is now turning into (at the earliest) spring of next year. Either way though, it sounds like it will be a sweet pump.

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