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Superduty HPOP on '95 7.3L

So I hear it is an upgrade and after my problems with my new TS chip, it may be the only way to get it to run right. I know I'll get the truck on a scanner before I break out the tool box but am wondering what it would take to get the HPOP off a Superduty and put it on my OBS. It seems that the drain on the '95 is unique from other years?

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Re: Superduty HPOP on '95 7.3L

I think the best way to do it is find a SD HPOP and send both your factory pump and the SD pump to Terminator Engineering. It's really inexpensive to have them put the guts of the 17* pump into your factory housing.

Either that or start looking into the adrenaline or SRP1 pumps.

So to answer your question, you can't just buy an SD pump and put it in your truck.

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Re: Superduty HPOP on '95 7.3L

Okay thanks for the info, I couldn't really find anything when I searched because most results talked about the '96 and '97. Of course I have to own the red headed step child! haha anyway I'll link the original post I accidentally put in the Superduty section about my TS problems here, maybe someone can figure out the problem!

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I think the best way to do it is find a SD HPOP and send both your factory pump and the SD pump to Terminator Engineering. It's really inexpensive to have them put the guts of the 17* pump into your factory housing.

Either that or start looking into the adrenaline or SRP1 pumps.

So to answer your question, you can't just buy an SD pump and put it in your truck.
joey now has something he is calling the T500. he can convert any 15* into a 17* pump

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joey now has something he is calling the T500. he can convert any 15* into a 17* pump
So he just needs your factory housing then? Not the sd pump as well? Whats the cost of that vs just sending in both pumps and paying him the 50 bucks to do the mod?

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Okay thanks for the info, I couldn't really find anything when I searched because most results talked about the '96 and '97. Of course I have to own the red headed step child! haha anyway I'll link the original post I accidentally put in the Superduty section about my TS problems here, maybe someone can figure out the problem!

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Pick up your buddies HPOP from his SD for 50 bucks, then send both pumps to Terminator and there you go...17* modded HPOP for 100 bucks in total.

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Re: Superduty HPOP on '95 7.3L

If you find a 17* pump send it to Stealth with your 15* and he'll mod it free..

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If you find a 17* pump send it to Stealth with your 15* and he'll mod it free..
Awesome info Cary!

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Awesome info Cary!
I like this idea!

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I charge $250 to convert you existing pump to a T500. That would be above a stock 17 in output.

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