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Old 02-23-2008, 08:56 PM
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Hey guys I did the test on my HPOP tonight well I think I did ok not sure tho.I did the test that swampsdiesel.com has I used my scanner in KPA a good HPOP will run 19,310 which = 2800psi I drove the truck from 60-90 got high as 19,000 kpa then leveled out at 13,000 KPA which is 1885 psi so 1900psi is ok I guess for a early 99which has a 15deg pump.Do you guys think I should do a 17deg pump in my truck or wait till the pulse pump comes out and get that im gonna run stage 3s mini me hybrid injectors I want them to perform as best as they can.I dont get any ICP codes in a high tune which you normally would get with a chip the only code I get is a p1249 which is a wastgate code cause I have mine blocked off so what do you all think I should do here.
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Old 02-23-2008, 10:36 PM
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bump for a tech bud!
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Old 02-24-2008, 06:05 PM
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You can order the pulse now!! You may not get it for a month but you can still order it. From what I heir Hybrid Injectors will do ok with the stockers but anything else you want Big oil and the PULSE is the Hot ticket if you ask me. I cant wait till I Get it!!!
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Old 02-24-2008, 06:19 PM
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You can order the pulse now!! You may not get it for a month but you can still order it. From what I heir Hybrid Injectors will do ok with the stockers but anything else you want Big oil and the PULSE is the Hot ticket if you ask me. I cant wait till I Get it!!!
Obviously not the same scenario as you, but I have a hard time droppin' 14 hundo on something no one has installed tested or abused.
Maybe, maybe at the end of march there will be some concrete proof....
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Old 02-24-2008, 06:44 PM
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Obviously not the same scenario as you, but I have a hard time droppin' 14 hundo on something no one has installed tested or abused.
Maybe, maybe at the end of march there will be some concrete proof....
Actually Bob put the pulse threw extensive testing including 100,000 miles in his own truck!! Seriously call them I will suggest to anyone call and talk to them they will answer any I mean any question you have without trying to sell you something. to tell you the Truth i think i try to sell it to people more than they do.
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Old 02-24-2008, 08:23 PM
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Are you running stock injectors? Your pressure is low for AB codes. From 60+ I never drop under 2600. Does not matter if it's chipped or not.

I'd look into replacing the IPR.
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Old 02-24-2008, 08:39 PM
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Obviously not the same scenario as you, but I have a hard time droppin' 14 hundo on something no one has installed tested or abused.
When the stealership installed my new hpop the bill was 1409., sorry if I offend by using certain words but in this case it was certainly earned.
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Old 02-25-2008, 05:51 AM
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Swap the IPR first. Then if that does not help then a new pump is in order. It will not be wasted money because the new pump you buy will not come with an IPR. 1900PSI is too low, that is why I went to my twin HPOP's.
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Old 02-25-2008, 07:31 AM
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Mine was running 1900 or less with the original 15* pump and my new injectors, the new 17* HPOP pump now holds 2800, it is a noticeable improvement and cost $350 and took about 3 hours. I hear the 17* swap may or may not work depending on if you get lucky and get a good pump or not. I figured worse case scenario was I could use my original pump and my new $350 pump and a DIY dual pump kit for about $900 and have a real big oil dual pump system for about $1400. I may still do that in the future but for mow the 17* one is doing good enough. It sounds like a good idea to try the IPR first, much easier and cheaper plus you’ll still need it for a new HPOP.

Here is some more reading on it new model 17* HPOP for early 99

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Old 02-25-2008, 07:41 AM
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When the stealership installed my new hpop the bill was 1409., sorry if I offend by using certain words but in this case it was certainly earned.
I'm talking about a 14 hundred dollar part, not 14 hundy in labor.

It's your own damn fault for deciding not to get your hands dirty and give the money to the dealership

You brought all that on yourself


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