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When do you need dual HPOP's in a 6.0?

How many cc's injectors will a stock HPOP push before you need to go to duals? i seen the diesel power challengers running duals. Just wondering how big you have to go before you need them.
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Re: When do you need dual HPOP's in a 6.0?

there are multiple trucks with 300-340cc injectors with stock hpops i know shawn has a stock 05 hpop

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Re: When do you need dual HPOP's in a 6.0?

you start seeing icp drop off around the 225 mark. We have ran 430s on a single but the icp was extremely low. I have seen 05 pumps that cant maintain 205s.

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Re: When do you need dual HPOP's in a 6.0?

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there are multiple trucks with 300-340cc injectors with stock hpops i know shawn has a stock 05 hpop
I am pretty sure Shawn's are a hybrid type injector and that is why he can maintain them with only a single stock hpop. They are made by Hypermax if I remember right.

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Re: When do you need dual HPOP's in a 6.0?


otherwise it seems that from 205-225's seem to be the max on the single stock pump

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Re: When do you need dual HPOP's in a 6.0?

03-04 200's are about the max to hold good icp with all the fuel thrown at it (brand dependant)
05+ 225s are about it to hold good icp at full fuel (brand dependant)
And yes i believe Shawns 340s are hybrids from hypermax. I would imagine thow that you will get fuel dilution with hybrids. Never heard him say just my guess since it seems he does not run them on the street?


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Re: When do you need dual HPOP's in a 6.0?

I ran 240cc and was able to maintain 4000 psi during pulls. I was also able to maintain ICP with my 340cc hybrids.

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I ran 240cc and was able to maintain 4000 psi during pulls. I was also able to maintain ICP with my 340cc hybrids.
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Re: When do you need dual HPOP's in a 6.0?

jeremy did you have fuel dilution of your oil with the hybrids?


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Re: When do you need dual HPOP's in a 6.0?

i have 2 sets of stixs, one set are the hypermax hybrids, and with the stock 05 pump they maintain 4000psi no problem, during the summer i do daily drive the hypermax hybrids, fuel dilution isn't bad, there is a bit, i just got to change the oil every 2500miles no big deal, the other set i have are 225's which have laid down 790hp and the truck ran [email protected] with them, and maintain 3800psi oil pressure with them, this is also with a stock 05 pump, i don't see why guys want more than 225's, they are a big injector if the truck is has the supporting mods. if theres any other info you would like just ask, we are here to help

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