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What rebuilt IPs are available?

Discussion in '6.9L IH & 7.3L IDI Diesels' started by raydav, Oct 24, 2020.

  1. raydav

    raydav Full Access Member

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    My current IP has a few years on it. I want to replace that one and get a spare. I have a couple loose units.

    I got a seal kit, but decided that building IPs is a career I don't need.

    I have a 7.3 turbo in a 9K# van.
     
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    Clb Another old truck Supporting Member

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    Stickies
    We answer this ALL the time..
    Just insert i.p. On the horse

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    IDIBRONCO IDIBRONCO

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    :rotflmao That's the best one I've seen in a LONG time!
     
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    I was really surprised when I opened this thread to see that someone saved my oilburners dead horse meme haha

    Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
     
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    Are you asking about pump builders out there?
    If so Conestoga diesel, R&D and CDD are the top picks in my book.
     
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    Clb Another old truck Supporting Member

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    Thanx for chiming in, saved me hunting down who I stole it from.
    I thought of it late last night.

    It was priceless it the 1 of MANY e pump threads on the fawcett pump shortcomings!
     
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    Clb Another old truck Supporting Member

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    ^^^ This
    We should poll standyne as to their program...
     
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    The better rebuilders are not only hotrodding the pumps, but remaking them better than Stanadyne ever did.
     
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    Good suppliers of ip's:

    Classicdieseldesigns.com
    Russrepair.com
    idiperformance.com
    conestogadiesel.com
     
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    Stolen from hacked 89
     
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    The concept of a "dead horse" subject, is one that has been settled now and forever. For anyone running an IDI, the IP system is the most alive horse in the vehicle, and the least generally understood.

    I did search the forum. There is a bunch of interesting stuff there, but I assume suppliers would change over time.

    I have a 7.3 Turbo in a 9K# van. Any suggestions on what I should be looking for in an IP? And maybe what I should expect to pay for it?

    I don't recall what type injectors are currently installed. My spare set is type G. How appropriate would they be for my van?
     
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    IDIBRONCO IDIBRONCO

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    IIRC, those were the ones that came out with the Factory Turbo engines. These days, after being rebuilt, the codes that were stamped on them really mean nothing. Any of the good rebuilders will sell you a matched set that fire off +/- 50 PSI (I think). As for the others besides the recommended ones, well it's hard to say what you'll get from those people.
     
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    True
    Asking where to get one is tho...
    tagged ya in the updates thread...
     

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