modifying 94-95 timing cover for 96-up HPOP

Discussion in '94-97 PowerStroke Engine, Drivetrain & Chassis' started by 94f450sd, Jun 12, 2006.

  1. 95_stroker

    95_stroker Jefe

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    Yep working great for me too. I have let the truck sit as long as a month and it starts up just great on the first turn of the key.
     
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    strokin'_tatsch death row inmate #7

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    wow that sounds awesome. i will probably do that to mine too when i get ready to get an HPOP and injectors, haven't got to gettin' many mods though. i'm a little short on cash since i just got my tranny reworked and got a new clutch, pressure plate, and flywheel. right around $1200 right there. so it will be a while before i can do that
     
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    Rich, am I reading this right...you went to all this trouble...then upgraded to a "Stealth" HPOP?

    I'm still using my "Nit" accumulator with great results on my '02 HPOP, but realize it's not for everyone.

    Any updates to the write up you did?

    Thanks..

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    I ain't no Stealth expert but I think the Stealth system uses your stock reservoir ? :dunno

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    the stealth comes for either the 94-95 trucks or the 96-up trucks.when i bought my stealth i had a 97 engine in the truck.so i got the stealth for 96-up trucks.i have since blew my 97 engine and replaced it with a 95 engine,hence the reason i went through this trouble.i couldve simply swapped the timing cover but i figured there had to be an easy way to run the 96-up HPOPs on the 94-95 trucks.and guess what?i found a simple way to do it AND KEEP the factory look of the engine
     
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    Im going to update this again and bring it back to the top since ive been seeing alot of psd noobs lately.

    The truck has been sitting for a few years now and still no leak down.last time it ran was sometime last summer.I went to get it and bring it home again.took 2 tries and she fired right up.now we know that this works perfectly long term.
     
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    It seems like it’s been long time but I need some pics of this mod and how did it work long term thanks
     
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    Why? All you have to do is tell your pump builder and they can make it work for any style cover.

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    Was just up dateing front cover so I can just put new pumps on at will
     

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