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post #1 of 7 Old 12-01-2013, 06:25 AM Thread Starter
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Another adrenaline pump question

Whats the difference in the 2 pumps? Stock and adrenaline? I know more volume and pressure but how much more? I developed a oil leak front drivers side block area after installing the adrelaline pump a moth ago. Hard to find the leak but installing a long block Monday anyway. The new long block comes with upgraded oil rail plugs. Will the adrenaline pump cause more problems?
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Sounds like you didnt get the gasket quite right. The adrenaline should do you just fine

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I think it's the fuel rail plug. The motor has 300k miles. I wondering if new HPOP adrenalin one caused the leak. Oh ya it got down to 27 the night before. I usually use the block heater didn't this time. Cold block contracted seals. Or adrenaline too much for OEM seals and lines.
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Its probably just a miles thing, rubber seals wear out

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I think it's the fuel rail plug. The motor has 300k miles. I wondering if new HPOP adrenalin one caused the leak. Oh ya it got down to 27 the night before. I usually use the block heater didn't this time. Cold block contracted seals. Or adrenaline too much for OEM seals and lines.
If you think it's a fuel leak,then it has nothing to do with the Adrenaline. The HPOP flows oil only.

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cylinder head oil rail plug leak is what i meant to say. Not fuel rail my bad. Does the HPOP effect the effect the head oil rail?
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Found problem. Leaking oil cooler line. New long block comes with new cooler. Adrenaline says pump should not cause problems on OEM long block set up.
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