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Ok Jennifer. While it's not my pump, I was there with Adrian and helped him install and data log his Adrenaline pump. Basically, he simply replaced his stock HPOP and saw absolutely NO gain in ICP voltage. He couldn't maintain ICP pressure/voltage with this pump and either his 205/150s or his 225/75s. I'll get a hold of him for actual ICP voltage readings as it's been awhile and I don't have them off hand.
Now I've "heard" that these pumps have to have specific "tuning" done for them in order to realize any gains in ICP. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but this makes absolutely NO SENSE to me, especially when I can stick on an auxiliary pump that feeds the test port of the stock HPOP and max out ICP at 4.9v with no adjustments whatsoever in the tuning.
Basically, with a single HPOP (stock OR Adrenaline), Adrian could only maintain about 3.0v (maybe less) of ICP on his full fueled tunes. With doing nothing but bolting on a second pump (as long as it was primed of course), he could hold 4.7-4.9v of ICP.
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