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Old 03-11-2010, 04:21 PM
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hmmmm joey at terminator is telling me my ipr may be going bad.....its an 03 7.3L ts 140 tuned wicked wheel 4 down pipe to 5 to 6"stacks. Truck is only making 1135* on the snap-on scan tool. buzzed the inj. truck has slowly lost smoke an power since the ts was installed. 140 seems to feel like 75. on an the reading gets worse as the truck warms up.

will the fuel bowl delete cure this?
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hmmmm joey at terminator is telling me my ipr may be going bad.....its an 03 7.3L ts 140 tuned wicked wheel 4 down pipe to 5 to 6"stacks. Truck is only making 1135* on the snap-on scan tool. buzzed the inj. truck has slowly lost smoke an power since the ts was installed. 140 seems to feel like 75. on an the reading gets worse as the truck warms up.

will the fuel bowl delete cure this?

How in the heck did you jump from a possible IPR issue to a fuel bowl delete cure?

Someone page Joey to this thread.

Pull the chip.
Check your ICP and IPR duty cycle. Record the readings.

Install chip.
Check your ICP and IPR duty cycle. Record the readings.


Report back.
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Old 03-11-2010, 06:02 PM
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well thats why I asked.....I mean doesn't the fuel bowl delete kit come with a manual regulator.....thought that may replace the elec factory one.
see the thought behind the question......what are some other ways to check it, now that I dont have access to the snap-on reader anymore. if it were bad and I had to replace it is it worth it to do or the delete that must (now seeing your post ) not replace the factory reg.?
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Old 03-11-2010, 06:06 PM
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sorry for leaving the fuel bowl ? so unexplained
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Old 03-11-2010, 06:10 PM
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IPR is on the HPOP. Has nothing to do with fuel (for this conversation).
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Old 03-11-2010, 06:17 PM
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oh in my haynes manual it looked like it was attached to the fuel bowl.....my bad are they expensive?
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Old 03-12-2010, 01:58 PM
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Call Bob Riley at Diesel Site. He has some rebuilds for 50ish or new with solenoid for 200something...
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