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Old 11-19-2010, 07:05 PM
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testing high pressure oil pumps on trucks

i am testing 2 hpop's from 05 and seem that both are dead.but one
cranked the truck when it had blowed the head gaskets.now that i have
everything back together and testing the pump before i put everything back together.before you say my gauge is no good i put an 03 pump on it and boom shot to 2400 psi on the 2nd or 3rd try so i know my gauage is good.


i just wouldn't think both pumps are bad but it seems that way any feed back fellas.

harv
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branch tubes NOTHING LEAKS...i did the tests in the branch tube and in the oil rails and nothing cain't hear a thing.
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Wait. I didn't think '05 and later could use '03-'04 HPOPs so it would make sense that an '03 HPOP would let your gauge shoot "to 2400 psi" while the '05s would "seem that both are dead."

I can't find the thread that listed all the changes from the '04.5 model year to '05 model year, but the DieselSite HPOP description describes something like this:

http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...ROD&ProdID=918

It's pretty close to the top. Here's how they describe it:

"These are DIESELSITE Adrenaline High Pressure Oil Pumps for 2003-2004 6.0L Powerstroke engines. This will be improvement in performance over your stock pump for stock or larger injectors. Note for 2005-2007: you can only use this if you retrofit all your rails and HPOP components out to the 2004 version, or wait for our 2005-2007 version ... "

Tell us about your truck - year, mileage, modifications, etc. Thanks!

Jonathan
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my bad bud...the truck is an 05 and i have a mechanical gauge where the ipr
is and i get nothing.so i thought i'd try an 03 pump.i made a plate and attached it to
the top on the 03 pump and used the same gauge that i was using to test the 05 pumps.
the pressure shot up to 2400 on the 2nd or 3rd try.

i do not want to buy any pumps as i have plenty here.the truck in question had blowed head gaskets but still cranked and ran.i did arp's egr del/and i also deleted the internal
oil cooler and did an external oil set up which will later be posted in another thread.

i can make the 03 work since i have no 05-07 pumps and it would be really easy
but i was only testing the pumps and it seemed both are bad.i'm glad i did not sell
them to anybody on here.i will let you guys know if anything changes.

i will not have to change any oil rails or anything if i decide to do this.all that is required to do this is
some welding off the truck i will have pics.

harv

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Well then maybe a blown o-ring at the discharge line? But you say you can't hear anything and I imagine you would hear something with a bad o-ring. Maybe a blown plug but then for TWO different HPOPs...unusual indeed. I've got nothing...nothing. Sorry. Very odd. Are the two '05 HPOPs "recovered" parts or new parts?

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no leaks what so ever and i'm triple sure lol.the 03-04 pump is good and there is only 200 psi difference between the 2 pumps 03-05 at wop.when i do the switch it will also have the up graded fitting welded to the 03 tube w/the 2 8mm bolts holding the feed tube down "just like an 05".

i've never like the 05-07 pumps at all.most of the time when you do head gaskets on an 05-07 you have to replace the following.egr cooler/oil cooler/hpop pump and filter.but i delete every bit of that except for the hpop pump "I ALWAYS HAVE TO REPLACE IT"

just seems messed up you have to do that almost every dam time and w/the 03-04 pumps you don't."i'm not 100% sure per say but it has been this dam way every freaking time and i'm fixing to put a stop to it.

speaking of hpop pumps.i was coming back from fl a very long trip and the check valve on the side of the pump came out while going down the rd.i noticed pwr loss and i looked down and seen that i was almost out of fuel.i stopped at a gas station and filled up and truck would not start.well i had brought all the parts needed to fix "i do this on very long trips.well went to eat something and cool off.when i got back to truck i fired it up and ran smooth as a pin "but i could only go 70" that's when i said a check valve or something has popped out.

i made it 1750 miles back home w/out shutting the truck off and the next mourning tore it down and boom i was right.so i know those 03 pumps and early 04 pumps are very stout and these are the very pumps i ran 8.0's in an 8th with "but not the particular one"

i'm only doing this as the pumps are around 800 at a ford dealer and i have 5-6 setting here that i know are good "SO WHY THE HELL NOT...after all we are in a recession whether we want to believe it or not so to each his own.
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