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Old 09-04-2018, 08:36 PM
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Default Dual IPR block. Need help

gwunter (Shannon) is the man. He took the task to design and fabricate a dual IPR block for me. Iím looking for advice as to how to plum the lines. Jason (Hot Rod Tractor) did his by taking a line coming from head into the input ports on each side of block. Then put the ICP sensor on the block where it can read the pressure the same as if it was on a high pressure rail. Shannon put two exit ports on the block for the bleed off from the IPRís. I think I only need one port. Where should I dump that oil at?

Biggest question I have is, what do I do with the stock IPR port? Plug it off?

Do I just solder on another IPR pigtail on the stock wires?

I need special oil lines for the high pressure oil? I have been using hydraulic lines.
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Old 09-05-2018, 05:03 AM
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Shannon did some beautiful work on that piece! Can't wait to see you get it all figured out.

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Old 09-05-2018, 04:20 PM
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You should be able to just solder a new pigtail for the IPR. You'll want them to have the same signal.
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That’s the plan

I did get some fittings for the block today at NAPA.
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gwunter (Shannon) is the man. He took the task to design and fabricate a dual IPR block for me. Iím looking for advice as to how to plum the lines. Jason (Hot Rod Tractor) did his by taking a line coming from head into the input ports on each side of block. Then put the ICP sensor on the block where it can read the pressure the same as if it was on a high pressure rail. Shannon put two exit ports on the block for the bleed off from the IPRís. I think I only need one port. Where should I dump that oil at?

Biggest question I have is, what do I do with the stock IPR port? Plug it off?

Do I just solder on another IPR pigtail on the stock wires?

I need special oil lines for the high pressure oil? I have been using hydraulic lines.
Standard hydraulic lines-two wire- are not rated for the temps that hpo operates at. They will work for a while, but you might spend some time with your hydraulics guy, and find a better hose.
I think riffraff carries a gates version, and I know Parker offers a version rated to 450*, ish.
Personally, I'd work more about temperature rating than pressure, as standard hydraulic hose generally isn't designed or rated to withstand 200* + oil temps.
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Standard hydraulic lines-two wire- are not rated for the temps that hpo operates at. They will work for a while, but you might spend some time with your hydraulics guy, and find a better hose.
I think riffraff carries a gates version, and I know Parker offers a version rated to 450*, ish.
Personally, I'd work more about temperature rating than pressure, as standard hydraulic hose generally isn't designed or rated to withstand 200* + oil temps.
Look on McMaster. Their website is awesome. Not saying they have what you need, but it is so easy to narrow down stuff that might meet your specs.

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I’ll ask about temp
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Sorry, didn't mean to quote you Joe. Not sure why it did that.

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I bought some hydraulic hose for turbo oil drain awhile back. If I remember correctly it was high temp rated, although I don't know what max temp was. I only got about 12" of the hose so I can't see what it reads, but I do know it had a red stripe down it as opposed to the typical green stripe. Thinking Goodyear brand but don't remember for sure. If you really have to know details I can swing by the hose shop and find out.

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I’ll see what my local NAPA guys say plus there are other places I can check.
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