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Old 05-31-2013, 07:31 AM
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What fuel setup

Ive decided on getting 155 30 injectors from warrens. Im debating upgrading my fuel system as well while I am at it. I know the AD2 is pretty much garbage but what about FASS? What fuel pumps are everyone running out there? Should I do a regulated returm and a sump also? Any help would be great this is a area I do not have very much knowledge on. So school me if you will.
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For your 155s, I would do a regulated return and call it good. The stock pump can handle up to 190s without an issue.
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Old 05-31-2013, 08:52 AM
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Should I do a sump with it or just call it good with the return kit?
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Should I do a sump with it or just call it good with the return kit?
I did 3 155/30 set ups all running stock pump with blue spring just fine
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Old 05-31-2013, 09:07 AM
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I did 3 155/30 set ups all running stock pump with blue spring just fine
That would be awesome that would save me 700 bucks. That might be the route I go.
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Old 05-31-2013, 09:22 AM
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AD2 > FASS

Stock pump is fine. You could feed it with a 6.4 pump, just for a little cheap insurance.
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Old 05-31-2013, 09:28 AM
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What RR does the brain trust prefer?

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Old 05-31-2013, 09:37 AM
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I like Strictly Diesel. You can build your own for pretty cheap.
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I like building my own RR kit with Aeroquip fittings and braided stainless lines. I've ran the strictly kit and it does the job.

My personal opinion though is for 155/30s, I like an AD100 feeding the stock pump and that's it. You can do a sump but it isn't necessary. I don't even recommend the blue spring mod. I guess if you wanted to you could do 6.4 banjo bolts. I only recommend the Airdog because I like removing the air from the fuel. No I don't have any evidence that it does anything but make your truck run quieter, but I am glad I decided to run one on my truck. Got over a year of solid performance from it.
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I like building my own RR kit with Aeroquip fittings and braided stainless lines. I've ran the strictly kit and it does the job.

My personal opinion though is for 155/30s, I like an AD100 feeding the stock pump and that's it. You can do a sump but it isn't necessary. I don't even recommend the blue spring mod. I guess if you wanted to you could do 6.4 banjo bolts. I only recommend the Airdog because I like removing the air from the fuel. No I don't have any evidence that it does anything but make your truck run quieter, but I am glad I decided to run one on my truck. Got over a year of solid performance from it.
How much did your setup run you? I dont know much about a RR so Im not sure what parts I would even need to buy let alone put it all together.
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