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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 07-29-2007, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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i was just wondering what it costs and who makes it? is it comparable to the lightning VP44 from scheid? also with just the HRVP44 or the scheid VP44 can you still tow? what is the benefit over just running a fueling box? it seems the scheid pump gives comparable hp and trq as a tst box. just wondering. thanks

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I think Industrial Injection makes the HRVP44. Benifits are improved fuel delivery for bigger injectors with a fueling box.

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There are no benefits of running a hotrod pump over a standard 027 pump, if you are running a fueling or timing box.

My hot rod pump just failed after 26K miles. I am not very happy right now.
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From what I understood about the HRVP.. its like running an edge on level 3.. Im thinking about going with the lightning pump, with mach 4's and the performer..

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If you dont want to run a wire tap box it is worth it. Works good for guys wanting to install bigger sticks and not have to tap the pump. Both II and Schied have HRVP pumps.

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What about Piers? and PDI? don't they offer one? maybe Im crazy! prolly the second one, been a long day....

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i had one from schieds and it worked great on my 24v. i had it with 240hp sticks, twins,and a hot juice. it was fun till i lost 2 pistons. i towed all the time with it. here just a small load i had behind her.
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i bet with those sticks your truck would barely pull that load down the highway...... just not enough power. Who makes sticks that big anyways? Don?
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Schied, Haisley any of the injector companies can build you a set.

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i have a scheid 1 i like it runs good!

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