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NEED help on choosing a hpop, please help

Ok guys so i might need a HPOP for my 2wd 2002 f350 with 215k miles,, list of mods::

200/30 swamps hybrid injectors
Martys diesel performance fuel system w/ regulated return and bowl delete
38r turbo
AFE stage2 intake
AFE intake manifold
Banks 4in turbo back straight pipe
Ts chip with swamps tune
Gauges
Bts valvebody

What should i get, dont wanna buy something i dont need so i need help!!



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Looking at dual hpops or an srp1.1
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Thats the thing i dont know, want to buy what i need not what i think i might need!! Its a stock motor and might just stay at these mods and i know a healthy stock pump would do but i think i might aswell do an upgrade!!



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The list of mods you posted above is far from stock.... your stock 17* pump is nowhere near keeping up with those.
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Well i meant stock motor like pmr's but i shouldve made myself clear sorry,, yeah ive been told my 17 wouldve been good enough but now someone else is telling me my hpop is going bad!! Ill find out sun for sure after some testing and let u guys know but i just wanna know what i should get and what ill pay!!



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With hybrids you don't need as much oil so a t-500 or adreline should be plenty. Do you have cts or something to read pressure?

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go with the one from Dieselsite the customer service is bar nun anytime you call Bob is there to help.
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With hybrids you don't need as much oil so a t-500 or adreline should be plenty. Do you have cts or something to read pressure?
Ya I was actually just thinking about that a minute ago... even w/ 200's you dont think anything higher than a t500 is necessary?
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Well a friend scanned it and told me it was pumping low so i might want to look into a new pump,, on sun we are going to run other test to verify but i just want to be prepared if i really do.. Another thing, will an upgraded hpop give me a few more horses???????



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Yeah should be plenty of pump limited on hp anyway with pmr's. Need 2800-3000lbs of pressure. Over 3100 or so you start making the electronics try to work harder which they can't the magnet can only do so much. You will see an increase in hp with a healthy pump

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