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post #1 of 8 Old 10-19-2009, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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which hpop

looking to get a new 17* hpop for my truck. Found two options. one from diesel specialsts for 559.50 including a new ipr and one from dieselsite adrenaline for 589. i would prefer the adrenaline but do i also need to replace the ipr valve?

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You'd have to talk to dieselsite about if you need an IPR with it on the adrenaline. That would be the better option as it's going to flow a bit more oil.

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I know that just like Ford, we recommend you change the IPR when changing a pump out. This eliminates alot of grief and troubleshooting from bad o-rings etc. with the old IPR. However, we do send out new o-rings for the IPR with each Adrenaline so that at a minimum you can change those out.

Read the instructions here: https://www.dieselsite.com/pdffiles/...structions.pdf for Bob's recommendations.

Don't forget about the rebuilt IPR that DieselSite sells as well. You can find that here: https://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp...ROD&ProdID=952

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id recommend a dieselsite adrenaline, i installed one on a friends truck and it made a significant improvement over the tired 15* hpop.

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my buddy is goin to be upgrading his HPOP on his super duty.

would it be worth it to pick up his stock superduty HPOP for cheap? anything other then a direct swap invovled to put it on my truck?
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Might be a good option. Even for a core it might be a good idea.
Since neither party seems to be a sponsor the Dieselsite pump I'm sure is a good pump or they wouldn't sell it. But give Terminator Engineering a call too. Nice to know your options.

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One more vote for the Adrenaline. Especially if you tow.

It made a WORLD of difference towing.
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my buddy is goin to be upgrading his HPOP on his super duty.

would it be worth it to pick up his stock superduty HPOP for cheap? anything other then a direct swap invovled to put it on my truck?
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