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anyone try a drop in 13mm P&B?

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Drop in a set of 13mm plunger & barrelll assemblies, and fine tune it at an injection shop. Make your own Stooopid pump?

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If you get em, take some pix for the rest of us. They would be nice in a DT466 we got at work.

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my daily driver:67 F100, 300 4V, cammed, 4 spd.
or, 08 Subaloser Forester, 2" lift.
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Drop in a set of 13mm plunger & barrelll assemblies, and fine tune it at an injection shop. Make your own Stooopid pump?
i dont really understand why you would need that when companys like scheid can mod a 12mm pump up to 650-700cc's. and its only like $1,500. yea a stoopid pump is like 750cc but inless your shootin for a 2000hp sled pull truck 700cc is plenty of fuel.

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i dont really understand why you would need that when companys like scheid can mod a 12mm pump up to 650-700cc's. and its only like $1,500. yea a stoopid pump is like 750cc but inless your shootin for a 2000hp sled pull truck 700cc is plenty of fuel.
I didn't really price P-pump mods before, I just see used ones online for $3k and up. Just tossing out some ideas. I was thinking of a 13mm pump, but with less rack travel so it burned a little cleaner than a stock pump with big del. valves & holders.

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I didn't really price P-pump mods before, I just see used ones online for $3k and up. Just tossing out some ideas. I was thinking of a 13mm pump, but with less rack travel so it burned a little cleaner than a stock pump with big del. valves & holders.
oh, i'd give someone who mods pumps a call before you spend a bunch of money. you can get them to run good

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I wouldn't.
what kind of pump do you have?

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