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Old 05-17-2011, 02:59 PM
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alright guys, some of yall may know cause i was asking questions about 6 months ago about an oil leak i was having, and yall help me fix it! the leak was the upper and lower turbo pedistal o-rings, anyway got those replaced and no more oil leak. this is where my question comes in at, its my HPOP that is leaking now, its got a crack in the top of it. and well would it be a good thing to stick with a factory oil pump or get something that can handle some more power just to be safe and have it anyway? money wise how much would i expect to pay for a run of the mill? and where could i find it, and then how much for a fairly good one that will be good for more power, and where could i find that at?

Thanks guys I am really wanting to get this fixed soon. i just got the oil cleaned up from my last leak.
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Old 05-17-2011, 03:16 PM
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Hey how you doing yeah My HPOP was leaking to and I replaced my High pressure oil line o rings and that fixed my leak there. But i believe my turbo pedstals are leaking now too.
But besides that I have looking at HPOP's too and from wat I found is that its really your preference whether you feel like spending a lot for HPOP like a stealth or terminator or spending less for like a remain or adrenaline. Its up to you bud.
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well thanks for that. i mean i dont have injectorers of anything and im not really planning on getting them anytime soon that is. as for your problem. its 1 dollers worth of o-rings to cause that big of a problem when i finally dug into the motor and found that out i was a little pissed. but oh well what ya guna do. but i will keep that in mind and shop around.
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If its cracked it will have no core value so most places will hit you additional $$. Find a used cheap pump then use it as a core or find a good used 17*.

Best performance replacement IMO would be the SRP1 will wake up your stock inj's esp with a TW chip. We are taking orders on these.
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You should do what i did. Buy a used one off ebay and have it modded!
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If its cracked it will have no core value so most places will hit you additional $$. Find a used cheap pump then use it as a core or find a good used 17*.

Best performance replacement IMO would be the SRP1 will wake up your stock inj's esp with a TW chip. We are taking orders on these.
are you serious about that? i mean about waking them up? i kinda had a feeling i would not be able to use it as a core because of that. what kind of pricing could we work out for one?
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Serious..... always when I talk about performance, stock splits are very HPO hungry and a stock 17* pump can't keep up with what asked by good HP tunes.

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