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post #1 of 35 Old 11-08-2008, 11:29 AM Thread Starter
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High Pressue Oil Crossover

i just ordered one and i was wondering if they really work to idle smoother

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yeah i installed one and i could tell the difference, the idle felt and sounded more smooth

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crossover

hi,i put one of the crossovers on my 95psd and seemed like sounded
better also i believe the cackle was reduced,i also got the solid steel from
itp the only problem i had getting the flare nuts tight had slight leak because i did not want to tighten too much.
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are there any other pro's to this mod like MPG, more power or better throttle response?

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All right, first I heard of a cross over, can someone post some pictures?
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google's good, itp sells the solid one, i think diesel innovations is running the hose ones, ive run the hose one, and a definite difference in the idle, and over all noise, but if you dont like the noise i dont think a diesel should have been one of your first vehicle choices, but yea anytime youre improving oil flow, youre going to be hapy with the results

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are the plugs just standard NPT? we make hydraulic hoses at work and they're rated to either 10k or 15k PSI, im sure it would work and be CHEAP for me to make my own, long as we have the right fittings

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I guess there is a bit of difference. I'll be selling my crossover shortly.

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If we are talking about the oil ports on the heads, I believe they are a 1/2-20 sae straight thread.
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