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So you've added bigger injectors and a fueling box to your VP44 powered Cummins, but you're still not getting the power you're after. One of the biggest bottlenecks in your system is that of the factory VP44. The 98.5-02 Cummins had two models of VP44's, one intended for use in the HO trucks, and one in the non-HO's. Both of these pumps have their limitations, one in the circuit board, and the other in the physical displacement of the pump. Fortunately, you can bring the best components of the two together and create what most know as a "Hot Rod VP44." This is a "standard" Hot Rod VP44 good for about 50HP over stock. They start out life as a 245HO pump (VP4417X) and replace the head with the one out of a 235HP pump.
The larger head provides more fuel resulting in increased horsepower. These pumps carry a one year warranty. They provide a mild power increase and are suitable for guys running mild to moderate injectors. They are available in packages with FASS pumps, Pure Flow pumps, gauges, BD Stealth Covers, BD Low Pressure Warning Lights etc.
CORE CHARGE DETAILS: No core refunds will be given if your pump is seized, or if you have run vegetable oil, heating oil or any other alternative fuels through it. This makes it very costly or even impossible to rebuild the pumps.
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Can this pump handle 6×.016 injectors??
With the correct supporting mods, the pump should handle that size without issue.
I have a 2002 automatic with 70,000 miles. Completely stock except for airdog lift pump. I would like a bit more power but am trying to decide which injection pump to go with??
This injection pump will provide more horsepower over the stock pump, however this is designed to be used with aftermarket larger injectors. If you have stock injectors, I would suggest going to a stock pump.