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Old 01-29-2013, 04:41 PM
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6.0L Fuel Rest Pressure

Can anyone tell me if a 6.0 should hold fuel rest Psi KOEO or is it normal for the fuel psi to drop right off after the pump Stops . Got 45 at Idle and Under full boost . Just wondering if i should change the Banjo Fittings/check valve at each Heads supply Line or the Pump or Maybe something else ? Should i be adressing this .
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It drops to next to nothing very quickly after the pump stops.
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Old 01-29-2013, 04:54 PM
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Ahhh Ok Thank you Much !
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Pressure is a little low at WOT, a blue spring update should be done soon. Make your own conclusion about the 6.4L banjo bolts...expensive little paperweights if you ask me.
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Jimmy does this Blue spring update install in the upper fuel filter housing ? This is a 6.0 not a 6.4 . Got it apart so Now is the time
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Yes, the blue spring update will increase the pressure from 50psi to roughly 70psi and goes in the upper fuel filter housing.
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