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Steve, Thanks for the advice! I'm thinking I might use the stock IPR for nor now unless it turns out to be bad. What are the symptoms of a bad IPR?
Rascal, Stealth was able to increase internal displacement by almost 37%. By adding new larger billet pistons and cylinder block combined with a new 17-degree billet swash plate. The pumps are designed with dual ABEC-5 ball bearings. They replaced the rear cover tapered section snap ring with a spiral lock retaining ring. A new billet rear cover is installed that has a raised o-ring boss. They machined the 3 high-pressure output ports from #6ORB fittings to #8ORB fittings and also machined the edge filter plug in the bottom of the pump and taken it from a #3ORB fitting to a #6ORB fitting. They also machine some of the internal passages to ensure proper flow in and out of the pump.
2000 F-250 4x4 ext.cab 6-speed
South Bend Clutch, Pyro & Boost, 6637, 5" Exhaust, CCV, FRX, 203* T-Stat, Coolant Filter, Bypass Oil Filter, 5/8th Fuel Pickup, Pre-Pump Filter, Melling Lpop, Stealth Srp 1.1, Swamps IDM, S366, AND Tunes from Jody(80/100/120)
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