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Old 06-10-2013, 06:10 AM
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Stock HFCM as lift pump or vice versa?

I know Juggernaut had success with a 6.4 HFCM as a lift pump. My question now is, could the same results be yielded with the stock 6.0 hfcm?
When I put the ****ty ad2 on I completely removed the stock HFCM (I left the wiring harness) and since then I POS ad2 has gave out. Either that or use the ad2 as a lift for the stock HFCM?
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You could use the AirDog as a lift pump for the stock HFCM, or a 6.4 HFCM as a lift pump for the stock one.
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I know Juggernaut had success with a 6.4 HFCM as a lift pump.
I've never heard of this, I know what I'm reading about tonight. Thanks
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I've never heard of this, I know what I'm reading about tonight. Thanks
Dale is currently using a 6.4 HFCM to feed his AD2. I'm currently building a fuel system around a 6.4 HFCM feeding the 6.0 HFCM. I have the 6.4 pump in my room with all the other fuel system goodies I have.
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That turbo looks pretty shack - is that powder or paint?
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Dale is currently using a 6.4 HFCM to feed his AD2. I'm currently building a fuel system around a 6.4 HFCM feeding the 6.0 HFCM. I have the 6.4 pump in my room with all the other fuel system goodies I have.
I've been looking for a 6.4 pump, but everyone wants an arm and a leg for em...
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That turbo looks pretty shack - is that powder or paint?
Duplicolor metal cast blue anodized paint with their high temp clear...lots of it.

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I've been looking for a 6.4 pump, but everyone wants an arm and a leg for em...
Depends on what you consider an arm and a leg. I got mine at a wicked deal but you can find them all day long on ebay for 150-200. That's cheaper than an AD100 lift pump.
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Old 06-13-2013, 01:34 PM
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What psi does the 6.4 run at?
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10-12. It's a low pressure high volume pump whereas the 6.0 pump is a low volume high pressure. The 6.0 pump is capable of 100psi.
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I've been looking for a 6.4 pump, but everyone wants an arm and a leg for em...
sometimes them 6.4 pumps fall out of the sky
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