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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-10-2019, 03:53 PM Thread Starter
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Should I install a overdrive for the hpop

My 99s Hpop is starting to fail and I plan on replacing it with a adrenaline pump,
I have 238/100 hybrids and the truck is used mainly for heavy towing. Would I benefit enough to justify the cost of both the adrenaline and a diesel site overdrive?

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Re: Should I install a overdrive for the hpop

Sure you would! It’s the first I’ve seen so i don’t don’t know the longevity of one behind the pump but I can tell you the adrenaline is a fine pump. Add the OD to adrenaline pump would make it a stg3 (lol) pump? Cool concept but needs more beta users for me to spend that kinda money on it.


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Re: Should I install a overdrive for the hpop

Would I be able to do the adrenaline first then as time and money allow the OD, or would it make sense to do them together?

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Re: Should I install a overdrive for the hpop

Buy once cry once. Makes life easier


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Re: Should I install a overdrive for the hpop

I guess as soon as the hpop tests bad it will get replaced with the adrenaline and OD. How hard of a job will it be?

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Re: Should I install a overdrive for the hpop

The adrenaline should keep up with 238/100's no problem. I would just buy that.

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I guess as soon as the hpop tests bad it will get replaced with the adrenaline and OD. How hard of a job will it be?


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The adrenaline should keep up with 238/100's no problem. I would just buy that.
What would my gains be with the adrenaline and then what would they be with the overdrive added on?

~1999 f250 7.3 250k miles~
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Should I install a overdrive for the hpop

It will cause your wallet to be $1k lighter.

It test it just put it on your hottest tune after you get the adrenaline and do a wot run. Report back on the icp and ipr numbers. If you stay in the high 2000’s on pressure your good.

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It will cause your wallet to be $1k lighter.

It test it just put it on your hottest tune after you get the adrenaline and do a wot run. Report back on the icp and ipr numbers. If you stay in the high 2000’s on pressure your good.
Okay thanks for the info.
My next issue with the truck is I have no comm. with the computer but I have power to the obd2 port where should I start?

~1999 f250 7.3 250k miles~
Gtp38r turbo, Fass titanium 125gph, rosewood 238/100 hybrids
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