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Old 07-26-2012, 07:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My Tork Tek adjustable OFV review

Whats up guys? Ive had my truck for 4 years now and ive been getting the mod bug here lately. I figured id start with the simple stuff first and then work my way up. I decided to buy the Tork Tek adjustable OFV. Well, i am surely glad i did. It took about 30 minutes to install (like a dummy i bent the line so i had to bend it back which is the reason it took so long DO NOT BEND THE LINE TO GET IT IN OR OUT!!!!!!!). I havent put much miles on the truck since i installed it. The few miles that i did drive was a MAJOR improvement on the truck. Taking off from the line is 100000000x better than with the stock OFV (mileage unknown on mine, could be original). Before when i hit the gas on take off it was like Lag, lag, lag, lag lag and about 1700 RPM it would take off. Now when i hit the gas (not even WOT) it just takes off. I also had an issue when i hit the gas and let off fast the truck would damn near stall out and the rpms would drop, that problem seems to be cured as well. I am so impressed with this product i wanted to share it with those who HAVENT put one on their truck yet. The best 50 bucks ive spent on the truck so far. Just thinking about it makes me want to go drive the truck, it was a totally different monster and my truck is all stock except for a billet TC and rebuilt transmission. For those of you that havent heard of this product or need to know where to get it TORK TEK CUMMINS ADJUSTABLE OVERFLOW VALVE OFV010 - Tork Teknology

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Old 07-26-2012, 07:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would say the Tork isn't better than a stock OFV but it's better than any OFV that isn't working right which is what you had.
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Old 07-27-2012, 04:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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So I didn't see any mention of the fuel pressure. Did this not require adjusting to set your fuel pressure?

I just stretched my spring for the time being. Took it to 0.650" overall length.
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I went through a similar process, didn't know about the spring streching possibility. Installed guage, found low pressure ( 7-15) ordered an ofv from a different vendor. Cheaper though. why waste money. Installed it, maxed my 30 pound isspro. woops should have ordered the 60. Which I did. pressure slowly went down over the few days it took to recieve the new guage. ( 14-20) replaced lines cleaned filters, throughout the system. finally ordered the TT adjustable valve, and the pressure is back to where it is supposed to be. It has stayed there and I suspect I'll get a lot of mile out of it. For the OP, read the newbee posts and get your guages started so you can keep your truck going as long as possible.
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No gauges to tell at the moment. Those will be next. I just ordered the transgo shift kit, sonnax billet accumulator, the patc billet servo, hd band, and borg warner pressure switch and new oem pressure sensor so my budget is low right now

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did your tork teck comewith a ball and spring i just received my and all i got was the banjo fitting and 2 gaskets
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did your tork teck comewith a ball and spring i just received my and all i got was the banjo fitting and 2 gaskets
Did you get the adjustable one? The ball and spring should be inside the banjo fitting
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no its the 50 hp one no spring and ball
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