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dual hpop ?'s

Would it work to use the 15* pump thats in the truck and mate it to a 17* pump for a dual setup? Or would everything be out of balance? In other words, do they both need to be the same * of pump to work right?
I know that PSN is all for Termy but honestly I am not sure which setup I want to go with.

Also If i did get to do big oil would I better off to just go with BD's instead of Hybrids? (<--- dont get in a big argument over that!!!!!)

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No matter which system you go with, a 15&#186; and a 17&#186; pump will work fine together.

My buddy has his original 15 and a 17 in a terminator setup on his 97 and it works great
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Doesnt each pump run its own bank? Thats the only reson I was asking, didnt want one bank to have more oil than the other.
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From what I understand, the two pumps act as one when they are coupled together, and displace a fixed volume based on RPM.

Joey is the man to give you a more technical answer.

All I know is that it will work fine, that's from the man himself because I have asked him that question before, and knowing firsthand it works great on my friend's truck.
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They will both feed a common manifold of some sort in each system.

On the Gen3 the stock pump has a built in manifold that is utilized to distribute the volume equally to both heads.
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The termy and stealth systems have one of the ports of each pump tied together to balance the pumps. Then one pump to each head. I do not know about the other systems out there.

I have my stock early99 pump and a reman 17* pump one on my stealth system. It seems to work fine but I only have it to compare to my old single pump.

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Doesnt each pump run its own bank? Thats the only reson I was asking, didnt want one bank to have more oil than the other.
Gregrob is correct. The R-IPR balances out the two pump. Running one of each is no problem. I have been known to just exchange the 15's that show up, to 17's, if I have a healthy core in stock.
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Joey, does the equalizer tube go away with the R-IPR?

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Re: dual hpop ?'s

No it still has a common manifold if you will.....


This is Necessary to keep everything in check.....

I have personally perfomed tests with guages in each head, and it did not matter R-IPR, Old TE design, or New TE design, or prototype. BOTH heads are EQUAL pressures. IF one head has 1300 psi the other will have 1300 psi...

The RIPR now just adds such an ease of use to the consumer for IPR issues, as well an ease of tuning for the tuners, it was probably the greatest addition to the unit itself.......besides it looks cool too
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u can use two 15s one 15 one 17 or two 17s doesnt matter. obv two 17s would be the best
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