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post #1 of 28 Old 02-16-2009, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone running a PPE lift pump?

Im wanting to know if anyone is running the PPE lift pump for 6.0. If so would you recommend it or go with another lift pump?

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double bump? I figured someone would run one. Adjustable 12-15psi, fairly inexpensive...



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12-15 psi wont cut it.

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Fuel pressure needs to be in the 51-55 range I believe.

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I think the lift pump is for the Duramax. There website is messed up as for were what items go were.
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good fuel pressure is about 60..i have mine set to 62ish..it holds about 58 wot

you need something with more pressure..fass..raptor pump..something like that

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PPE Pumps are mainly used on Cummins and I think Duramax as well. However, it seems like the Cummins people like it the most. Guy I know that has an 02 12 valve was really raving about it.

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Fuel pressure needs to be in the 51-55 range I believe.

About 60 is where you want it, but you don't want to go below 45psi if I remember correctly.

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Guy I know that has an 02 12 valve was really raving about it.

I believe 12 valves only existed until 1998, everything after that was 24 valve.
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