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Will a Superduty hpop run stage 2's?

Soo I was thinking if get stage ones but now I'm thinking I should just go for 2's if I'm gonna do it. But could I run them with a 17* from a superduty or do I need to buy an adrenaline or ect...

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If you have a really healthy HPOP, you would be fine. A T500 would be a better option though.

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Will a Superduty hpop run stage 2's?

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If you have a really healthy HPOP, you would be fine. A T500 would be a better option though.
What's a t500 going to cost me?


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What's a t500 going to cost me?


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T500 is a 17* HPOP you need a pump with more volume, that requires either a swash plate change like the Adrenaline or larger pictons like a SRP1.1.

So get your inj's in and check the HPO# and % on the hot tunes, should be 3000psi under 50%..lower % the better.
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The way I was explained that the T500 is MORE than a 17*. it is more like a 20*

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Well does it have a 20* swash plate or pistons to increase volume..if not it is a 17* pump period...its science one of those mods are required to increase displacement period.
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Either way it does the job

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T500 is a 17* HPOP you need a pump with more volume, that requires either a swash plate change like the Adrenaline or larger pictons like a SRP1.1.

So get your inj's in and check the HPO# and % on the hot tunes, should be 3000psi under 50%..lower % the better.
You do not need anymore than a T500 to feed stage 2's...

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ive been running rosewood stage twos on a stock hpop for 10k now

1995 f-350, 108,000 miles and climbing, second motor with approximately 130,000 miles on it.

DIY Intake, stage 2 injectors from Rosewood, 3" DP to 5"side dump with a 6" Tip

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