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DPP is proud to introduce the NEW Stealth Economy HPOS Kit. This kit is now available for those of you that are on a budget or do not want to pay the higher prices of the Standard Stealth Kits or the higher prices of the other “Big Oil” systems.

The only difference in the NEW Economy Kit and the Standard Kit is you will not get a remanufactured front pump in the Economy Kit.

What is being done for the front pump is when you place an order for the Economy Kit you will need to ship us a good working pump that will be re-shafted with the Stealth updated coupling shaft and then shipped back to you as a complete kit ready to be installed. All you will then need to do is supply the rear stock pump and install the system the same as the Standard Kit.

This cheaper option has been made available do to the fact that the Stealth Company has had many request for an option like this for those who happen to have an extra HPOP laying around or can get their hands on one really cheap.

So, what you will be getting is the same exact kit as the Standard Stealth Kit, minus the remanufactured front pump that is replaced with the pump you supply us that will be re-shafted to be used as your front pump.

We are hoping this New cheaper option will allow more people to be able to experience the added benefits and performance of having a “Big Oil” system but, at MUCH CHEAPER price.

For information and pricing you can PM me or email at [email protected] or check out our website and click on the “High Pressure Oil Systems” button on the “7.3 Power Stroke” page, as we should have all the info on the site sometime tomorrow.

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Darrell
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Our site has now been updated with the info and pricing of the Stealth Economy Kits. You can check them out here : www.dpppower.com/hpop.html

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Darrell
 

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How much difference will there be if the rear stock pump is an early 99??
 

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This is a good question and I will try to answer it as best as I can.

The early 15* swashplate pumps will work just fine with a later 17* pumps. Any of the current systems out there on a early 99 back to the 94.5 trucks run a 17* reman. front pump and the factory 15* as the back pump unless the rear 15* pump had been upgraded to a 17*.

There is a pressure balance tube between both pumps that equalizes any pressure differences in the pumps therefore allowing the same pressures to be deliverred to each bank of the engine.

Even with the standard Stealth kit or any of the other "Big Oil" brands you still have use your current stock pump whether it be a 15* or 17* pump. You only get one 17* pump with any of those kits unless you want to pay for an extra 17* pump.

We do recommend a dual IPR setup for the systems using the different pumps to help aid in faster balanced pressure dump-off when coming off high throttle to wide-open throttle situations but this is not a nesity. This will aid in a faster recovery of desired pressure for a smoother idle.

But, to answer your questions, the earlier 15* pump will work just fine with a 17* pump with no noticeable differences.

The only situation you may notice a difference in having a 15* and 17* pump would be if you were running BIG enough injectors to deplete the system and then this would only result in depletion taking place just a fraction sooner than if you had both 17* pumps.

I hope I have addressed all of your questions and concerns completely and if you have anymore please feel free to let me know.

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Darrell
 
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