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Old 02-10-2012, 10:08 PM
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I figured I would start a thread for everybody looking to upgrade their HPOP. I'm gonna be getting soon anyways so I figured what the heck I will get some other guys opinions. What's the best one to go with? Who has the best prices on them?
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Depends on what your goal is.

T500, Adrenalin, SRP1 are the smaller pumps that will cover most peoples needs. Beyond that, you have the Stealth stage 2-3 and dual Terminators.
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Depends on what your goal is.

T500, Adrenalin, SRP1 are the smaller pumps that will cover most peoples needs. Beyond that, you have the Stealth stage 2-3 and dual Terminators.
The T500 is $449.00 with a core charge, SRP1 which is currently unavailable still is $699.00 with a core, not sure about the Adrenaline. The "Big Oil" set ups are in the thousands. Most people prefer the SRP1 because all of the parts are new as opposed to the T500 and Adrenaline which re-use parts.
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SRP1 when they come out, which is soon. I can't say when, but its pretty soon, a month max most likely. Lifetime warranty and i think the new price is 899. They are a bit more expensive than the older ones, but better in every way. All the internals are brand new and machined with 0 tolerance. They flow enough to support up to 300/200's. I'll be buying one of these pumps the day they come out.
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SRP1 when they come out, which is soon. I can't say when, but its pretty soon, a month max most likely. Lifetime warranty and i think the new price is 899. They are a bit more expensive than the older ones, but better in every way. All the internals are brand new and machined with 0 tolerance. They flow enough to support up to 300/200's. I'll be buying one of these pumps the day they come out.
Damn it are you serious, they raised the price of these now too?
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Old 02-11-2012, 01:19 AM
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Yeah they did, but i think its worth it when you have a pump with every internal part being specially machined and a damn good warranty.
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Yeah they did, but i think its worth it when you have a pump with every internal part being specially machined and a damn good warranty.
Oh I agree, its just that the prices keep going up and my budget keeps shrinking.
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Old 02-11-2012, 01:25 AM
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Yeah i have that problem too.
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New here...HPOP = High Pressure Oil Pump?

When is it necessary to upgrade this sucker?

Performance Upgrades are in this order for me right now:

1. Gauge Cluster
2. 4" exhaust with 3" DP As it was bought with half an exhaust...
3. Air Intake
4. HPOP?
5. Injectors?
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