The CP4 high-pressure fuel pump in 2011 to current Ford Super Duty diesel trucks has a well-earned reputation for failing without warning, creating sudden power loss, and taking out the expensive high-pressure fuel system in the process. Despite having to deal with being broken down on the side of the road, truck owners will be facing fuel system repairs that can easily exceed $10,000. The unreliable reputation is supported by recalls and lawsuits leveled at various auto manufacturers that use the CP4 in their production vehicles.
S&S Diesel Motorsport™, the common rail diesel injection experts, teamed up with PurePower Technologies, Inc.®, the aftermarket division of longstanding fuel system manufacturer, Stanadyne®, to do the impossible. Collectively, they solved the widely-known CP4 fuel pump problem plaguing Ford Super Duty trucks using the 6.7L Power Stroke diesel engine.
The joint S&S Diesel Motorsport and PurePower engineering team has changed the game by developing a more durable plug-and-play-replacement pump, with OE fit and function, for the CP4.
With a price of $1,990.00 USD, the S&S Diesel Motorsport Ford 6.7L CP4 to DCR Pump Conversion can save Ford truck owners $10,000 to $15,000 in repairs. Owners can install peace of mind knowing their daily workhorse isn’t going to lay down on them. The DCR Pump Conversion is emissions compliant (SEMA Cert #SC-SDM01-0034) and fits 2011 to 2022 Ford F250-F750 diesel trucks.
More durable plug-and-play replacement for the CP4
Does not require any ECU calibration
OE fit and function
Two-piston DCR pump made by Stanadyne
Low hydraulic and acoustical noise
Ultra fast response times
Biofuel and low-lubricity fuel compatible
Patented Eccentric Drive pumping technology
Pressure-lubricated cam and bushings
1,250 mm3/revolution displacement (CP4.2 + 25%)
Fits 2011 to 2022 Ford F250-F750 diesel trucks
SEMA Certified Emissions Compliant (SC-SDM01-0020)