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elite diesel stage 3 fuel system

i'm in the market for an aftermarket fuel system for my 2003 6.0 to really wake it up i pretty much did all the other performance stuff including injectors turbo and so and so on now to upgrade the fuel system i was wondering if there was any one running this fuel system https://www.elitedieselengineering.c...n-Fuel-System/ my main concern is that i want to drive my truck on the street and don't want a fuel system that isn't going to be street able and lastly will this hurt fuel economy i don't want to be wasting fuel either any info would be helpful thank you
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For less money ill build you a better system

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First off I'd need to know what injector/turbo combination you're running, or planning on running to decide how much fuel you need to deliver. Unless you went crazy with that, you don't need that much fuel system.

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river city diesel 90hp injectors powermax turbo but i had the heads decked and my compression went way up and need more fuel delivery any suggestions i plan on going with bigger injectors eventually
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river city diesel 90hp injectors powermax turbo but i had the heads decked and my compression went way up and need more fuel delivery any suggestions i plan on going with bigger injectors eventually
Considering you can't mill the heads more then a few thousandths, like no more then .007-.008" without potential clearance issues I don't think you raised your compression a significant amount. You can't shave .100" off a set of 6.0 heads like you could a SBC 350 and get away with it.

90hp injectors are pretty minor as far as what you need for a fuel system. I'm not too familiar with everything RCD offers for injector options these days, but you should be able to adequately supply up to a set of 190-200cc injectors with a fairly basic fuel system. I run an Airdog 150 pusher to the stock HFCM, and an ITP regulated return system under the hood. It's plenty for an average size injector. I've got about $1200 plus labor in to it. There are other options on the market that could get you by for less money then that. Lots of different ways to skin that particular cat. I would suggest searching out some fuel system threads, there are plenty. Ask questions and take your time. You'll find what's best for you.

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check out the fuel system in my signature it will feed any injector you could want

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That Elite fuel system is a complete rip off. There are a hundred ways to build a nice fuel system that are way less expensive. Fuelab Prodigy 41402 high pressure pump, a couple of filters, FPR, and some line and fittings. It's pretty easy to build a decent fuel system.

On the other hand an Airdog 150 feeding the stock pump is more than capable of feeding the stuff you are running. Any bigger injectors and you are going to need a bigger turbo too.
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thanks every one for the help by the way. I want to build a fuel system or buy one that completely eliminates the stock pump and all the factory junk just don't like the way it is now as far as the heads go they had been milled to the max not my choice but its what had to be done to make my head flat again im all for building my own but i gotta start getting a list of what all i need
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A water seperator, fuel lab pump, and filter plus a y at the heads will do fine. I will give you one hint, get hose or tubing rated for 100 psi or better, it is kinda pricey but better than blowing a hose a long way from home.

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i want do the 90s ON THE FRONT AND BACK OF THE HEADS I WAS WONDERING IF ANY ONE KNEW WHERE TO GET THEM AND WHAT SIZE LINE SHOULD I USE I WANT TO USE AN AIR DO AND MAKE MY OWN RETURN AND SUPPLY TO THE HEADS
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