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Hi everyone, 2006 6.0 crewcab, I need some help just had Brand New O-ring heads installed, stage two cam, lifters, pushrods ,the whole front cover kit, injectors, manifolds, up pipes, radiator, truck is deleted, 4 inch mbrp exhaust turbo back, My question is my ipr hits 85% sometimes at half throttle and all the time at WOT, should the IPR ever hit 85% under any circumstances the ICP readings are usually around 3200 at wot, thanks
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Nope -- got a leak or your tune is messing with the numbers

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There have been a couple of times where I go to get on it and it hesitates and there’s no power almost like it has a carburetor issue sort of that feeling
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Yep... souunds like you've got a leak. You said "just had" so I'm guessing you had the work done by a shop. In that case I would be on the phone and letting the shop know that there is most likely a leak in the high pressure oil system. Take the truck back in and have them air test and trouble shoot the system.

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If I had a leak would I have difficulty with cold/hot starts? Like a high pressure leak or would u talking about a different leak? Sorry just trying to understand this. I forgot to mention updated stand pipes and dummy plugs, stc fitting and HHC nipples and o rings those were all installed , it starts right up like a new truck hot or cold, Hope this helps
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well, if not a leak the other possibilities are sticking IPR or the HOPO is not capable of delivering the demand
the IPC sensor is the "feedback" for the oil demand -- using a gauge is the only way to trust those readings
(possibly another ICP sensor to compare readings)
then comparing desired vs actual oil pressure

The readings indicate that the PCM want more oil and it is not delivered
it requires testing to see where the problem lies

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Thank you, I’m going to order a new icp and ipr valve tonight also banjo bolts and blue spring kit, as soon as I get them installed I’ll let u know what happened, thanks for the help much appreciated
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That's a good chunk of money for just parts changing. Wouldn't you rather find out what the problem is, incase it is related to the work your shop did?


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Thank you, Iím going to order a new icp and ipr valve tonight also banjo bolts and blue spring kit, as soon as I get them installed Iíll let u know what happened, thanks for the help much appreciated
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He has already hooked up shop air to it with nothing coming from it, With all the parts that I have changed already which there’s a lot that I’m forgetting but if I replace these last four things that’s pretty much everything besides the turbo And the hpop. I have only have the truck for two years so I have no idea when the last time these parts were replaced anyway. Could a fuel issue cause the high ipr readings?
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