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Old 03-27-2014, 06:42 AM
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Honey badger JR

Anyone run one of these yet? E99 or later model?
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Old 03-27-2014, 09:03 AM
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Been running one for about 12k... Replaced a modded 17 from another vendor...

Great ICP and duty cycle numbers with my 230/100 injectors...
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Old 03-27-2014, 09:53 AM
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nice...lookin to replace my 15 degree
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Too damn new for me. It could be the best one in the world. And for the claims, it seems very close to the srp1.1 in what it can do.

But it doesn't have the track record of the T500 or adrenaline, neither of those pumps are in the same class though.

Unless they are going to extend the warranty to cover everything downstream of the HPOP. Its not for me yet.
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Old 03-27-2014, 11:12 AM
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Too damn new for me. It could be the best one in the world. And for the claims, it seems very close to the srp1.1 in what it can do.

But it doesn't have the track record of the T500 or adrenaline, neither of those pumps are in the same class though.

Unless they are going to extend the warranty to cover everything downstream of the HPOP. Its not for me yet.
Too new? Its been out for over 6 months now, in testing for over a year. No mechanical failures in that time, few bad taps and one other issue I cant recall.

Call and talk to them, they have no issues talking about any failures.

Several guys out there with 20-30k on them already.
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Old 03-27-2014, 12:02 PM
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why aren't they in the same category??
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Honey badger has a lot more done to it compared to the other ones. All the more reason for me to avoid it for now
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A copy and paste from a thread in PSA:


Boy, I am not looking foward to the first time we get racked over the coals. Will we see failures?..no doubt!! We can and will make it right as fast as possible with those customers. It's all we can do at that point.

So I will disclose right now..closing in on 500 pumps sold we have documented 9 failures.

3 rear leaks
3 o-rings
1 bad tap
2 completely destroyed...We are calling them manufactures defects. They were totally destroyed inside.
Oddly enough the same customer destroyed both pumps.

We have corrected the rear cover, o-ring and tap problems!!!! We learned as we went.

Every pump was replaced at no cost to the customer.
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Sounds like you are doing everything you can to ensure a good quality product and standing behind them when things break. Keep up the great work!
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