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HPOP suggestions?

I have a 97 F-350 powerstroke cc lb, the other day the bearings in the hpop exploded, i was looking for new pumps and found them for around $500. but i was also reading on some forums that it is better to run a 17* pump off a superduty. I was wondering if that is true and if so then is there any thing that i would need to do to make it work.

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17* superduty pumps work well with your truck. but for a little more than 500, you can step into a adrenalin pump from sinister diesel.(at least i beleive thats what they are called now) it works well for almost anyhting the normal person could throw at their truck. I ahve it on mine and see a constant 3500+ psi. good product.

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and another question, will my IPR work on the superduty hpop, if so should i use my old one or buy the superduty hpop and ipr combo for like eighty dollars more.
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For less than 500, you can get basically the same thing as the adrenaline from terminator engineering.

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thanks for the info, do you think i should get a new ipr, the one on there has 270,000 miles on it.
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If you feel you must. Get a new one and keep the old one for a spare.
If there is no damage to the IPR from the HPOP failure, there is no need for a new one.

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Pull the plug on the IPR if there is oil in it, replace it.


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