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Re: DieselSite HPODS test results.

to bad it'll only work on the 05-07 trucks tho.

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Re: DieselSite HPODS test results.

It will work on the 04.5 trucks that have the 03-04 HPOPs but 05-07 rails.

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Re: DieselSite HPODS test results.

ya but i still have a 03 like to upgrade it some day

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Just to clarify the reading above. The biggest drop is during WOT runs, and daily drivers would see minimal drop. So those that would be demanding the most from their truck (pullers, racers, heavy haulers) would see the most benefit. I'm not saying this system would be overkill for the daily driver but is the cost worth the effort.

Am I reading this correctly??


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it does claim a pretty price.

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so does every modification listed in your signature! The proof is there, it works, My hour long conversation on the phone with Bob was reason enough to sell me on one of these.
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Re: DieselSite HPODS test results.

So why have a restrictor in a line to increase flow? Why not take restrictor out of stock standpipe?
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The standpipes are not the restriction. The distance from the pump piston outlets (over 9" inside the pump casting alone) to the injectors is the restriction. The valves in the standpipes open when the oil is flowing. They restrict the oil from coming back.
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Bob, I have been interested in your products since I purchased my '05 Excursion in 8/2011, and the 2003-2004.5 Heavy Duty High Volume 6.0L Billet High Pressure Oil Pump (HPOP) pump in particular. I remembered seeing the statement:

"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."

and as it has been about 2 years, I was wondering if you had yet completed the prototype process, and just hadn't updated the website. I would prefer not to downgrade my engine to the prior style of 2003-4, so checking to see what was up with one for my truck. Please fill me in, thanks!
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Bob, I have been interested in your products since I purchased my '05 Excursion in 8/2011, and the 2003-2004.5 Heavy Duty High Volume 6.0L Billet High Pressure Oil Pump (HPOP) pump in particular. I remembered seeing the statement:

"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."

and as it has been about 2 years, I was wondering if you had yet completed the prototype process, and just hadn't updated the website. I would prefer not to downgrade my engine to the prior style of 2003-4, so checking to see what was up with one for my truck. Please fill me in, thanks!
It is possible your 05 excursion is using the old 03-04 model pump. I don't know if they just reused a lot of the older style parts for that model or what, but I do know several customers have confirmed 03-04 style pumps in their 05 excursions.

You can determine which one you have by looking under the turbo with a flashlight. The 05-07 pumps peak through an aluminum cover whereas the 03-04 pump is completely covered by a cast iron cover. The IPR screws into the pump cover on the 03-04 and into the actual pump for the 05-07's.

If you have the cast iron style (05-07), then I have good news! Prototyping is done, in house testing is complete, and BETA testing is about to begin. :)

PS - My BETA test list is ... short. PM me if you're interested.
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