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17* pump

whats up everyone.im new to this site but am a ford diesel mechanic. my question is what does the 17* pump do as far as performance. i have one here and i got a 95 f-250. what are the benefits and improvements
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more oil to the injectors. A must have if swapping to stage 2 injectors.

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Helps in the mid to top end. Will notice a gain while towing also.

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You can't just bolt on a 17* HPOP on a '95..you will have drain back problems. Pull your 15* pump and send it and the 17* pump to Gary at Stealth to have him mod it.

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You can't just bolt on a 17* HPOP on a '95..you will have drain back problems. Pull your 15* pump and send it and the 17* pump to Gary at Stealth to have him mod it.

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Joey at Terminator Engineering can also mod the 15° with 17° parts so that the drainback isn't a problem.

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What does the mod consist of? Can i do it myself or is it for the pros?
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What does the mod consist of? Can i do it myself or is it for the pros?
It consists of getting a new HPOP, removing the old one, and installing the new. It can be done yourself if you have any mechanical experience at all, pretty straight forward.

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What model year requires the bleed back mod? I have a 1997. Does that make a difference? Some people are saying that the mod is only for 95 and older models,how true is that? Just ordered my 17* pump today just want to make sure that i dont need to do anything special to the pump or housing before hand. Thanks guys!
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You are good to go. Only the 94.5-95 trucks have the drain back problem.

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AWESOME! Thanks again for all of the input and info u guys rock!
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