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new hpop ideas

hey guys, so im looking to upgrade my hpop due to this one getting weak on me.. i cant seem to decide between the honey badger jr, t500, and the adreneline.. truck is still on stock sticks, and planning on stepping up to some 160/30 in the near future, not going any bigger.. any thoughts and opinions appreciated in advance..

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Honey Badger Jr...

Click the link in my sig.

Upgradable later if you so desire.

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Does the honey badger require custom tunes to run correctly?

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No HPOP needs custom tuning to run. All higher volume HPOP will require custom tuning to see full benefit.

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Honey Badger Jr...

Click the link in my sig.

Upgradable later if you so desire.
why the JR over the other 2, other than being able to upgrade to the SR? im just trying to get some feedback before confirming my decision..

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All 3 will do the job...no doubt.

The jr. can be upgraded to the sr.
You get 6 free tunes with the purchase of the jr. from no limit.

Just say the name of all 3 products.....which one sounded cooler? lol
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why the JR over the other 2, other than being able to upgrade to the SR? im just trying to get some feedback before confirming my decision..

IMHO the HB is a more capable pump then the AD. Its also upgradable.

Also there is the tuning aspect that No Limit offers that really seals the deal.

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How are all the pumps doing that are out in trucks? Any issues so far with them?

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No issues...

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Actually 1 issue...had a bad tap and it caused a leak at the fitting on the pump.

replaced at no cost to customer.
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