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post #1 of 15 Old 03-05-2009, 11:50 PM Thread Starter
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17* HPOP ?

im sure this is found somewhere but i dont see it. ive been reading about switching the obs 15* HPOP to a 17* HPOP, and then you have to have the internals switched. so im confused. i have a 96 f250 w/ 56k miles and due to certain problems im looking at having to put in a new HPOP. i would like to switch to the 17* if im gonna do it. question is, what year sd HPOP do i need to look for, and do i have to have internals switched and what does this entail? just need to make sure what i buy is ready to go on and what im looking at as to what i need done to it before i get my truck tore apart and something doesnt work right.

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You dont need to switch in any internals it is a direct bolt in all you need to get yourself is a new HPOP gasket and o-rings, look for a 17* out of any 99.5-03 7.3

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Depending on what you want to spend you get even get that new pump from Diesel Site the Adreneline I think is what they call it

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i have a 96 f250 w/ 56k miles and due to certain problems im looking at having to put in a new HPOP.
I seriously doubt that what is wrong with your truck is the HPOP itself. Maybe the injector o-rings, IPR or IPR - rings. Especially only having 56k miles on it.

They pump lubricating oil for a living, they don't just "go bad" all of a sudden. And there are plenty of them out there with 100k, 200k, and 300k+ miles running fine still.

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thanks for the info guys. i couldnt see why my HPOP was goin bad, but i have no clue on whats going on. not sure if the check valve is bad or whats going on. just trying to eliminate all possible problems. so if i dont have to change internals, what is the deal with some people doing it or why do they have to? im confused on that but glad to know i dont have to.
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people do it when they put bigger injectors to lube them more i think corect me if mine wrong

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How much better does the 17* pump vs the 15*?

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i have the straight pipe turbo back exhaust, diy intake, and 6 position ts chip. im about to change the glow plugs so im going to to the diy stage 1 injectors while im at it and have the valve covers off. so will it be worth my time to upgrade to the 17*? i guess i can change it and then sell mine on ebay??? all advice is appreciated
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you might want to think about a turbo to down the road

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for more performance to match the current and future setup? or because the current and soon to be set up will blow it? no pun intended.
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