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Pretty sure that NONE of the old style HPOPs have the STC fitting that is corrected with the one-piece fitting w/ jam nut.

This is not from me, but a Tech friend says a LOT has to be changed out to make the pump change happen (ie rear engine cover, etc).
 

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well the rear engine cover needs to be removed to get the branch tube out. It bolts to the block above the rearmost lifters so accessing that can be difficult too.

We know the branch tube holes to the standpipe have to be in the same location because 05+ standpipes install in 04 engines with no modification. I would be willing to bet all the 05+ high pressure components would install but it is very labor intensive.
 

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I for not have an scts fitting.

Sent from my SPH-L710 using AutoGuide.Com Free App
 

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Why not just put one of these in? Billet HPOP
Per the link: "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 ... The 2005-2007 version is beginning the prototype process now." I remember seeing that pump referenced early this year, and saw the same verbage. Anyone know when the 05-07 version will finally be available, or has there been some insurmountable issues that have yet to be resolved which is delaying the release of the version for the newer engines?
 

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Per the link: "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 ... The 2005-2007 version is beginning the prototype process now." I remember seeing that pump referenced early this year, and saw the same verbage. Anyone know when the 05-07 version will finally be available, or has there been some insurmountable issues that have yet to be resolved which is delaying the release of the version for the newer engines?

DIESELSITE hired three additional full time people over the summer (hi!) in an effort to keep up with pump sales, projects, and new product releases. You can visit our website and look at our special projects category to keep up with updates on things like the 05-07 HPOP and the Overdrive. Our Facebook page also has regular updates on product testing.

I posted this on another board... but I want to reassure everyone again that we're working super hard at getting it released. You can see it undergoing stress testing here:

 

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LOL looks like photo shop to me.
 

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LOL! Ya think? hehe
 

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DIESELSITE hired three additional full time people over the summer (hi!) in an effort to keep up with pump sales, projects, and new product releases. You can visit our website and look at our special projects category to keep up with updates on things like the 05-07 HPOP and the Overdrive. Our Facebook page also has regular updates on product testing.

I posted this on another board... but I want to reassure everyone again that we're working super hard at getting it released. You can see it undergoing stress testing here:

Thanks for the quick reply, I just found that link to the spec projects. I was curious, why is the earlier version machined out of a solid block of aluminum, and the later one looks to be made out of cast iron/steel instead? No idea as to why the difference, just trying to learn something today. Thanks!
 

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They're completely different pumps. :)

For the 03-04's: The 03-04 is originally made from cast aluminum. We've made ours out of billet aluminum to address the concerns with the original cast one.

For the 05-07's: These pumps are cast iron/steel from the factory. There's nothing wrong with the cast iron that we need to address.
 
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