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post #1 of 4 Old 02-27-2008, 11:54 PM Thread Starter
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Ive got the basic performance mods done to most modded diesel trucks. Intake, chip, exhaust and downtube. But im looking for more, Ive been thinking of getting some large injectors soon. But i heard you have to upgrade the the oil pump. I also heard 99-03 7.3 HVOP could be swapped into my truck that would aid in larger injectors. Or would i be best off getting a aftermarket one. I dont really know what type of HVOP to get or where. I just want to make my truck faster. Suggestions on mods?

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I think you mean HPOP not HVOP depending on what injectors you get you may not need to upgrade but yes an HPOP out of a superduty 7.3 will bolt right into yours but you would need to make sure its a 17 degree pump. others will chime in with more injector information for you.

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how about an intercooler... I know it isnt absoultely necessary but it might be a good idea. especially if you are thinking about making a lot more power. You could find a used one out of a 99-03 and you might be able to make it work. Otherwise find somebody that is a decent fabricator and work on it together. Beats buying a 1300 dollar Technicooler from banks

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I aint sure but I thought I heard that the 94.5 had something different and you had to modify something to put a superduty pump on it?
I got a reman 17* pump for mine for $345 delivered from eBay, you can buy them on the net from $350-$400. You can also get a DIY dual pump kit for around $900 which means you can have dual pumps for around $1400 if you do it yourself.

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