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  1. #11
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    Timing in the Electronic pumps is controlled by the computer and set by the chip in 94-95. That is one of the main things the chip changes to get more power. It only gives a little more fuel, these pumps can only push so much.
    2006 K2500HD CC LB LBZ
    - 285 tires, MBRP 4" Exhaust, Amsoil fluids, Trango Jr

    1987 K30
    - Plow Truck

    1973 K20
    - The Toy, built in High School from scrap parts

  2. #12
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    can said pump be replaced with a pump that can push more ?

    I like the kit SSD has for these trucks but i already have every thing but the chip n gauges. . .

    I'm not spending a grand for an 80hp chip, can this chip be had separately and at what cost ?

    Mike
    Last edited by M123KT-450; 10-19-2009 at 09:56 PM.
    1995 GMC K2500 "Turbine":
    6.5-T (F), 4L80E, 4.10 gears, LT7.50-16D tires, 140K miles.

    Mods/Upgrades:
    1. D-tech PMD #9 Resister bumper mounted.

    2. Air-box Deletion / Open air intake.

    3. CDR Deletion / Valve cover breather.

    4. Open exhaust.

    5. 3500HD trans cooler.

    6. Mechanical waste gate conversion.

    7. Gauges: Engine Oil temp, Boost, Trans temp.

    Mike

  3. #13
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    I'll sell my mech pump and lines for $600.00. Course you gotta find throttle stuff. But no more PMD bullcrap, right?? Your foot finally connected to the engine instead of a computer deciding how much fuel you need??

    I'll give up my GM-8 for 350.00.
    '93 4-door Silverado 1 ton dually 4x4.
    215 Cummins, custom plate, killer dowel pin tabbed
    47rh, billet triple disc converter, billet accumulater, kickdown servo, band strut and anchor
    241DHD, custom drivelines
    The list goes on, and I built and fabbed every last inch of it including the tranny.
    It eats Duramaxes while sipping diesel. Yes, it's very distinguished in that manner.
    17.5mpg

  4. #14
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    Ouch !

    Prolly a good deal tho...

    I aint even got $200 ! Heck if be lucky if I got $2 these days.
    No joke its getting tight tight the past few months...

    I still gotta scoung up 2 batteries !

    Fricken trucks, truck aint spelt T R U C K its spelt W O R K ...

    Mike
    Last edited by M123KT-450; 10-22-2009 at 02:26 PM.
    1995 GMC K2500 "Turbine":
    6.5-T (F), 4L80E, 4.10 gears, LT7.50-16D tires, 140K miles.

    Mods/Upgrades:
    1. D-tech PMD #9 Resister bumper mounted.

    2. Air-box Deletion / Open air intake.

    3. CDR Deletion / Valve cover breather.

    4. Open exhaust.

    5. 3500HD trans cooler.

    6. Mechanical waste gate conversion.

    7. Gauges: Engine Oil temp, Boost, Trans temp.

    Mike

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    2 brand new batteries are in and mounted tho it kept starting and dieing right away, so i changed out the fuel filter and it fired right back up, then my brakes went bad on the way home to them fixed with the cheapo econo pads n shoes. . .

    $14.99 front pads n $18.99 rear shoes


    Mike
    1995 GMC K2500 "Turbine":
    6.5-T (F), 4L80E, 4.10 gears, LT7.50-16D tires, 140K miles.

    Mods/Upgrades:
    1. D-tech PMD #9 Resister bumper mounted.

    2. Air-box Deletion / Open air intake.

    3. CDR Deletion / Valve cover breather.

    4. Open exhaust.

    5. 3500HD trans cooler.

    6. Mechanical waste gate conversion.

    7. Gauges: Engine Oil temp, Boost, Trans temp.

    Mike

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