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Arrow better hpop....more power???

Well i dont know much about how the hpop works the injectors, but my truck's currently down and its looking like my hpop is bad, or something along the lines of that.

If i get a better hpop, will i get more power? I know these are an essential upgrade for big hp numbers, but what about on my 95 with stock injectors? More smoke?

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on stock injectors you should see a 30-45 HP increase i beleave....

You should actually smoke less since you will atomize the fuel better (you will be making power with what used to be the smoke....
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I was wondering what an approximate cost of a new hpop(higher preassure than stock) is and could someone replace it themselves or is there timing issues to deal with? Wouldn't this increase mileage some?

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I was wondering what an approximate cost of a new hpop(higher preassure than stock) is and could someone replace it themselves or is there timing issues to deal with? Wouldn't this increase mileage some?
pricing i dont know...u would want to talk to a vendor...

its not too bad to replace...on a scale of 1-10 i would say its a 6

yes....theoretically it could increase fuel economy...
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Beans diesel performance sells the superduty hpop to put in the obs trucks for like 450

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really,? a superduty hpop should drive stg 1's nicely too. Right? This sounds like a nice package if you follow through with injectors later.

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thats what im trying to get figured out..thanks!

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