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Old 08-10-2013, 05:15 AM
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So my AD2 is all patched up for now. I spoke with Fuelab on the phone and they told me they are introducing their 100 gph and 200 gph setup after they show it off at SEMA in November. I am honestly thinking about taking the plunge and being the guinea pig. It looks like a decently built product based on what I can see, but we won't know until it happens.

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Old 08-10-2013, 05:36 AM
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I'm assuming this is the velocity pump for the fords. Its the only pump system that hasn't come out yet. They only have them for the dodges and Chevy's right now. Fuelab mentioned they were working on getting one out for the fords a while back when I asked them.
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Old 08-10-2013, 05:41 AM
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Yeah that's what they said. Right after SEMA they are bringing them out. I really do think I'm going to guinea pig it just to get rid of AD.
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Old 08-10-2013, 05:53 AM
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What kind of pressure is it suppose to put out? Is it meant to be used as a lift pump supplying a high pressure pump or is it a high pressure pump itself. I'd be a guinea pig LOL
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It is a lift pump using a brushless motor with a 2 year warranty. The 200 gph system comes with the lift pump, filter and air separator. Catch 22 is the install kit is sold separately.
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200gph as a low pressure lift pump? Doesn't sound right. That kinda pump with that flow rating is designed to be a high pressure one not a low pressure lift pump
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I only typed in what I read off their website. It could be low pressure high volume?... I'm not sure to be honest, I just know that I want my AD to be gone.
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If it is a high pressure, high volume pump they better make a crap load of 6.0 kits because there will be a HUGE demand for them. .


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When I went to the east coast nationals in Numidia pa- fuel lab was there and they has a velocity pump for sale there...Was $850 there... The rep said the pump is out and ready for sale
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Old 08-14-2013, 06:31 PM
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its a high pressure pump*... The also have a "lift" pump that is in the works for the 6.0
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