I got the pressure relief valve from Speedway but never did install it. I got the Cuda out of mothballs recently after sitting for 3 years (long story involving the purchase of a 5th wheel RV). After sorting out the fuel system and putting in a new shifter (B&M shifter cables seem to freeze up after sitting too long) I got it up and running. Of course, I put the pressure relief valve away somewhere where I would not forget and of course now I can't remember where that was. I KNOW I'm the only person that does that kind of crap!
Anyway, after doing some research I found a Youtube video that outlines how the Genlll power steering pumps are Toyota pumps and you can go to the junkyard and source a pump from a couple of different Toyotas and swap out the pressure relief valve and spring and get the Hemi pump down to a known pressure range that works for the early steering boxes.
I'm at my son's right now and working on a laptop with a mousepad so I'm kind of stumbling around with the operation of this thing (yeah, I'm a 'puter 'tard) but when I get home in the next couple of days and can access my notes I'll post a link to the video and put up the info I have on the relief valves.
As soon as I have a little time I'll hit a friend's salvage yard and see if I can get the relief valve I need and get it swapped out. I'll post back about how it works. I'm sure that once I do all this the Speedway adjustable pressure valve will turn up if anyone is interested in buying it!