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Old 01-25-2018, 06:30 AM
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True. Didn't think of that.

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Yeah they still fail. With anything maintenance plays a big part. They also have two separate filters vs the Duramax single.
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Old 01-25-2018, 09:56 AM
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If anyone wants to donate some of those new CP4's in the pump kits, I am always available.

We are currently working on a kit that will prevent the contaminants from entering the high pressure side. The first prototype worked flawlessly, however, we are trying a new design now that will cut costs drastically for the end user if successful.
Anxious to see the results and end product.
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You have an account with them to get that price?

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So did I dream this or did I hear talk of one of the drawbacks to the cp3 conversion was it created a lope or something odd like that?
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I would think that would be a tuning issue. Not strictly due to the CP3
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I would think that would be a tuning issue. Not strictly due to the CP3
I believe you would be right, but I think that was part of the problem. On some trucks the problem couldn't be tuned out.

Would need to hear from someone who encountered it directly I guess.

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So did I dream this or did I hear talk of one of the drawbacks to the cp3 conversion was it created a lope or something odd like that?
I never had any loping issues with my CP3 conversion(Exergy Sportsman) on my 2011. I would venture to say to any related issue like it would be tuning or part(bad) related.
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the rail surge is what is the draw back to a cp3 swap it can be tuned out but some trucks take a looootttt of tweaks.

With the strides exergy has made on cp4s I would just do a stroker cp4 and call it a day.
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the rail surge is what is the draw back to a cp3 swap it can be tuned out but some trucks take a looootttt of tweaks.

With the strides exergy has made on cp4s I would just do a stroker cp4 and call it a day.
There's nothing on their site for info.
I wonder what sort of improvements they are making to help these things last?
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