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Old 10-14-2013, 05:51 PM
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IT'S TIME TO START THE 6.7L FUEL PUMP!

OK i have all the parts necessary for the build but most important a brand new 6.7l pump. This pump is a monster of a pump rated at 120 psi from 1/2 feed and return. It will deliver 3 times the amount of fuel necessary for a 6.7l common rail so i'm very confident that it can handle our 6.0l even with the biggest injectors or so ill find out. I will keep everyone up to date on the build as it progresses and have all the part numbers for the build and cost. So fare the pump was 210.00 and the plug and bracket 75.00. The blades for the plug are huge and beefy as you will see in picks. i'm going to use heavy gauge wire and relay right off of the stock feed to energize relay almost just like airdog setup. here are the picks. Also im going to be installing the 6.7 CAC with a separate radiator and 6.4l electric fuel cooler pump to move coolant to the water to air CAC this should be real interesting to say the least!!







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Old 10-14-2013, 06:06 PM
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Your insane Dale! Good luck!

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Nice Dale!! How good is the water separator, filter micron, and air removal?


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^^^ how does the water separator and what ill pooh said work??
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^^^ how does the water separator and what ill pooh said work??

ill pooh... thats funny


I am in on this one. Sounds really cool
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Old 10-14-2013, 06:34 PM
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You know what's next Dale, don't you??

















A complete 6.7 power-train swap...... I'm hoping to be able to do one on BACKYARDIGAN in a couple years....
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Old 10-14-2013, 07:01 PM
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Nice Dale!! How good is the water separator, filter micron, and air removal?


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It is 10 micron just like others and best part is when you change the filter it releases a check ball that stops fuel flow. Great for trucks that have a sump in the bottom of tank. The wif circiut works the same way.I have had no 6.7l come in with water that has damaged the hpp at all and have not heard of any to date so that is a plus for the filtration canister. We have these trucks come in with 250 k miles on them with same factory pump so they have proven themselves to me already. I really think this is the answer to the crappy airdog 2 junk and is very affordible. ill be running it with a regulated return but it also will work with the stock return or a dead headed return with regulated return in front of heads.

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A complete 6.7 power-train swap...... I'm hoping to be able to do one on BACKYARDIGAN in a couple years....
Don't get me started id love to do that!!
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Old 10-14-2013, 07:57 PM
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Let's do it Dale. If you're going to spend money building a motor, might as well build one that has more power potential than any other powerstroke before....
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Let's do it Dale. If you're going to spend money building a motor, might as well build one that has more power potential than any other powerstroke before....
Im in whos buying it to put in MY truck lol
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