Interesting idea. Here is a copy/paste from another forum. Just need to find the volume of fuel that the 6.7 can supply.
The low pressure fuel pump is located
inside the DFCM assembly.
The low pressure fuel pump draws
fuel from the fuel tank through the 10
micron primary fuel filter and pushes
it to the engine mounted fuel filter.
The fuel pump pressure relief valve
is integral to the fuel pump and is not
serviceable separately. The fuel pump
pressure regulator limits fuel pressure
to 827 kPa (120 psi).
The low pressure fuel pump
supplies approximately 3 times the
maximum amount of fuel required for
combustion. The excess fuel is used
for lubrication and cooling of the high
pressure fuel pump.
The IDS has a PID “FPL_CMD#” to
command the low pressure fuel pump
on and off.
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