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Old 10-11-2013, 06:40 PM
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05-07 Adrenaline HPOP in Beta

Just saw this, thought I would share.

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Old 10-12-2013, 04:02 AM
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Think ill be waitin for more people to run it and run it a while so it proves itself 100%. I would love to have one tho!!
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If it does anything like the 03-04 adrenaline pump, there will be a lot of disappointed folks. I'm with ^^^^^ I want to see actual data. I have actual data on the 03-04 pump, and it's a waste of money IMO.
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Old 10-12-2013, 04:48 AM
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Somebody did make one upgrade for the 05-07, didn't they?
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If it does anything like the 03-04 adrenaline pump, there will be a lot of disappointed folks. I'm with ^^^^^ I want to see actual data. I have actual data on the 03-04 pump, and it's a waste of money IMO.
I agree. I was going to get the adrenaline pump and backed out due to the issues I heard they had and were not worth the money. Heck I think even Adrian had issues with his?
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Old 10-12-2013, 05:12 AM
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Would any of you guys care to share your data with me? Even through PM if it's something you don't want to post publicly. I don't think I've ever actually heard of one reliability complaint or performance complaint from our 03-04 pump - at least they never called us about it.

We're actually having a hard time keeping the 03-04's in stock and the feedback WE hear is quite wonderful. These issues are entirely new to us.

EDIT - And I'm asking so we can address concerns. If people don't come to us with their opinions, concerns, and issues... how are we supposed to help?
EDIT 2 - I should ask... we are talking about the billet one right?

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Old 10-12-2013, 05:38 AM
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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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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.
Wow, I can't tech any of that. I'm so sorry !
I thought I was starting to get kinda good too... lol.

Let me get you to someone - or get Adrian to someone - next week and see what's going on? I'm sure Bob can troubleshoot if he / you calls. You can PM a phone number too if that's easier on you guys and I'll give you a ring.

I'll email Bob in the mean time so he knows about the situation and see if he has any advice.
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Old 10-12-2013, 06:09 AM
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Sounds good Jennifer, PM is on it's way.

I agree, it was most bizarre.
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I have no complaints about mine right now. I guess I will see what happens when I step up the injectors.
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