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Fuel Filter Head Flow Requirements

I am buttoning up my engine build and am making a new filtration system and went with NAPA filters heads and CAT filters. Does anyone know what the actual "gallons per minute" flow rating needs to be at to support my 190/100's?

The system and bracket are not complete yet but this was a picture of what I had done a couple days ago before it got really cold outside. I know that the filters are good but I just hope the heads are sufficent. The inlet and outputs are 1/2" NPT and all lines are 10AN.

Thanks for the help. Any thoughts or comments are welcome.
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06 F250 Reg Cab. ARP's, RCD Billet Powermax, Warren 190/100's, Areo A1000 Pump, Driven Diesel Reg Return, All AN Lines from the sump, Intake and Exhaust, 4" BDS Lift, Long Arm 4-Link, Dana 80 swap, 1480 u-joints, 4"/.108 driveline, Detroit Lockers (both axles), Warren Trans w/ Billet Shafts, Drive Flanges, 35"s, Traction Bars, Front Suspension Stops(For Tug-A-Truck), Rear Suspension Stops, Custom Hitch, Roll Pan, Lots of Drive Shafts, Axles, and Pinions.
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That system will far exceed the fuel requirements for those injectors. Its very similar to my fuel system

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Yea that's more than enough

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Good deal. I was doing a bunch of Google research and over thinking it... Thanks for the input.

06 F250 Reg Cab. ARP's, RCD Billet Powermax, Warren 190/100's, Areo A1000 Pump, Driven Diesel Reg Return, All AN Lines from the sump, Intake and Exhaust, 4" BDS Lift, Long Arm 4-Link, Dana 80 swap, 1480 u-joints, 4"/.108 driveline, Detroit Lockers (both axles), Warren Trans w/ Billet Shafts, Drive Flanges, 35"s, Traction Bars, Front Suspension Stops(For Tug-A-Truck), Rear Suspension Stops, Custom Hitch, Roll Pan, Lots of Drive Shafts, Axles, and Pinions.
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