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Old 01-02-2013, 10:13 AM
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Fuel Lab Prodigy Fuel Pump Group Buy

I am looking at setting up a group buy for Fuel Lab pumps. I want to see how many people are interested in getting a pump at discounted rates. If we can get enough members together on this there can be a substantial savings for these pumps.

I am working out the details right now and would like your input.


Please let me know if you are interested.
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:46 AM
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I'd be interested if the price was right. When are you looking to do the group buy?
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I wld also be interested.


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Old 01-02-2013, 11:20 AM
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At this point I dont have any prices yet, but the more people we can get into this the better the prices will be. I am working with a site vendor right now and will update when I know more.
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I'm definitely in!! I mean it's worth a shot at least. I'm also interested in either the 51502 regulator or the 52901. As for the pumps, I definitely want the 41402 and depending on what the cost turns out to be, count me in for 2 (one as a spare).
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:39 PM
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Count me in if the price is right.
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I'm definitely in!! I mean it's worth a shot at least. I'm also interested in either the 51502 regulator or the 52901. As for the pumps, I definitely want the 41402 and depending on what the cost turns out to be, count me in for 2 (one as a spare).
Why that model? And why not an airdog or something similar? Is there any pros and cons to the fuellab? Just asking b/c I have no idea on fuel system upgrades.
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Old 01-02-2013, 05:04 PM
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Why that model? And why not an airdog or something similar? Is there any pros and cons to the fuellab? Just asking b/c I have no idea on fuel system upgrades.
I won't run an AirDog II because of the wiring problems people are having. Sure it's a simple do it yourself fix with a wiring harness but for as much as the pumps cost...I shouldn't have to DIY it.

The setup I am going to run will have a sump, therefore I won't need the lift pump and I already have the two filters/water separators on my truck (having a combined 4 fuel filters), 2 factory and 2 aftermarket. Fuelab is an excellent pump and their regulators are top notch as well and I'm looking to trash can my entire fuel system. That's why I want that model, plus I need the pump with 10AN fittings and the 6AN return in order to accommodate my fuel system as necessary.

The fuelab pumps also have speed controls on them. One member on here is going to tie his pump into his TPS (throttle position sensor) so that when the pump receives a certain voltage, it goes to full speed, otherwise will run at a reduced speed extending life expectancy of the pump.
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Im interested in the 41402-1. Please let me know prices and when you plan to order.
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Old 01-02-2013, 05:35 PM
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I won't run an AirDog II because of the wiring problems people are having. Sure it's a simple do it yourself fix with a wiring harness but for as much as the pumps cost...I shouldn't have to DIY it.

The setup I am going to run will have a sump, therefore I won't need the lift pump and I already have the two filters/water separators on my truck (having a combined 4 fuel filters), 2 factory and 2 aftermarket. Fuelab is an excellent pump and their regulators are top notch as well and I'm looking to trash can my entire fuel system. That's why I want that model, plus I need the pump with 10AN fittings and the 6AN return in order to accommodate my fuel system as necessary.

The fuelab pumps also have speed controls on them. One member on here is going to tie his pump into his TPS (throttle position sensor) so that when the pump receives a certain voltage, it goes to full speed, otherwise will run at a reduced speed extending life expectancy of the pump.
Thanks for the reply. I just want something simple, does what it is suppose to and doesn't give me fits!!
What is the life expectancy out of these pumps?
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