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Old 04-03-2016, 01:06 PM
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Old 04-03-2016, 08:47 PM
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After more reading I am not sure about the timing part either, but the HO pump has smaller piston bores in the pump and it develops higher injection pressure and less fuel injected. The SO pump has lower injection pressure but more fuel injected. You say you are seeing 15psi more boost? Wow, that's quite a bit! Is there a stuck waste gate on it? If you were only seeing 20psi before and now 35psi then you should be fine, but anything over about 35psi and you are over speeding the turbo (HX&HY35). Keep in mind that at an idle the turbo spins at about 10,000 RPM and when you are at wide open pulling hard it will be upwards of 160,000 RPM.
I was going off the scan tool readout. Now I remember it's stated in Hg. All I know is at wot, it reads 70, and I don't remember what idle was.. . Mid to upper 50's was all I was getting before on previous pump

So, when I convert my Hg readings (inches of mercury) of 70, and divide by 2.039, I get 34.33 PSI. When I convert the old readings, I was pumping about 24.5 PSI.
Not quite the 20 PSI increase!! But sounds like I'm right where is should be, and more important, far from where it WAS!!
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