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post #1 of 10 Old 01-22-2008, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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Does any one know much about this? I have searched and searched for HPOP's and didnt find this untill today.
Some of the nicest and informative people I have talked to since I have been buying performance parts.
I ordered well put my name on one of these pumps today!!! I will let you all know results.

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I think someone ealse has one out also called a Stecher pump, looks the same as that one.

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reburn on TS= 25,high idle,60,100,120,140hp
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Stecher is the maker of the stealth pump. They are also releasing a single pump design real soon.

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Thats aot of money for a pump like that!

99 F350 4x4 dually
7.3 w/K&N af
4" exh into 6" Aussies stacks
4"lift &35" tires
CC mod HP crossover line
Beans stage II 120hp injectors
D66 turbo
ITP regulated return
reburn on TS= 25,high idle,60,100,120,140hp
updated ecm (2000 model)
Dyno#'s 360hp and 965 ft lbs trq
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that is cheapest price for a full on HPOP 1300 compared to 2100- 2300 for duals.

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That’s pretty interesting, It will be interesting to see how those pumps perform and how reliable they will be. I’m glad folks are working on alternatives to the high dollar dual HPOP’s.
My truck came with a 15* and I bought and installed a 17* last week for $345. In the future, if I ever want to, I think I can buy a DIY Dual HPOP kit for about $900 and have true duals for around $1250. So if they work, $100 more for one that fits better and is already put together would be worth it, if they work.

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Duels are the only way to go. I had a very good factory pump (3000psi) and last week installed the stealth and I can tell you it is the best money spent yet. I could not beleive the difference the extra 500psi made.

The diselsite product I don't think is shipping as of yet.
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These pumps are capable of 4,000 psi. They are the stock pump housing with Bigger internals. If you are looking for a pump call and talk to these people. Like I said above THE BEST costomer service I have had with anything related to my truck. A close second is Dennis from ITP. They are almost done with there 100,000 mile test pumps and as soon as they are they will begin production.

The steath pumps are going the way of single pump also. stecher is offering 3 stages starting from $1500 - $2900.
SPD Stealth Pumps

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Duels are the only way to go. I had a very good factory pump (3000psi) and last week installed the stealth and I can tell you it is the best money spent yet. I could not beleive the difference the extra 500psi made.

The diselsite product I don't think is shipping as of yet.
In my opinion, I also think duals would be better. One pump feeding another pump sounds like good reliability because you are not trying to make a pump do more than it is designed to do. But, the price of those dual pump kits is a bit ridiculus. I think if you are going to run mild +hp injectors, the new single pumps will probably work real well for nearly half the cost. Bob at dieselsite said he is doing a 100k mile test which is enough to convince me.
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