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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 08:11 PM Thread Starter
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Adrenaline HPOP question

How much gain would I see on a truck with the following mods:

Banks: 1.0 exhaust housing, big head wastegate, compressor wheel, 3.5"downpipe and exhaust,

AFE: stage 2 air intake system

Air Intake Heater delete, Exhaust back pressure valve delete, superchips tuner, fuel pressure crossover, oil crossover
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 08:13 PM
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Re: Adrenaline HPOP question

wont really see a difference.....

Ditch the oil crossover as well.
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You'd be better of gettin new tunes or steppin up to some 160's
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Wouldnt new tunes push me past 32lbs of boost? I am already hitting 32lbs on a stock turbo.
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Then get a 38r
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Re: Adrenaline HPOP question

Well the reason I was wondering about the adrenaline or the stealth is because my current stock hpop is leaking in the rear.
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T500 is cheap but does a good job, stealth is a bad mofo but is prone to problems but it has a good warranty
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Re: Adrenaline HPOP question

Either the Adrenaline or the T500 will do the trick with anything up to stage 2's and some guys I believe are running hybrids with them without issue. As far as turbo goes, I would recommend stepping up to something like a D66 or H2E at the least.

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Gain............depends which HPOP you have, with hot tunes your 15-17* will not keep up with the demands of split shots HPO. So a better HPOP can help.

Keep the crossover helps #8 with its oiling needs.

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Re: Adrenaline HPOP question

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Either the Adrenaline or the T500 will do the trick with anything up to stage 2's and some guys I believe are running hybrids with them without issue. As far as turbo goes, I would recommend stepping up to something like a D66 or H2E at the least.
Stage 2 or even stock split shots need more high pressure oil than a hybrid. A stock 15* pump can run a set of hybrids well. That's why hybrids are a good choice over a stage 2.

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