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post #1 of 38 Old 05-02-2010, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Arrow Floor it high pressure fuel pump update

Well all my problems were three bad injectors on my 2800 mile 2010 6.4.
No warning just went bad. They were not in recall or oasis.
Well i have the first modded floor it pump running in my truck.
It does not need a spartan custom tune as we thought.
Spartan working great also.
Truck has dirty diesel inlet pipe and inlet elbow welded and moddified, still has cruise control, s&b intake, cnc ported heads+ 100hp., springs, retainers, locks, pushrods, head studs,dpf delete... complete egr delete , custom waste gate and up pipes with crossover, dr diesel custom tune, air dog 165,
suncoast tranny filter, versital solutions remote bypass membrane filter, complete trans rebuild by lakeland in monticello mn, with machined case to accept more clutch packs, billet imput and intermediate shafts,(note) 2010 intermediate was different, larger with more splines, spartan tcm, three disk lockup converter, ats billet sfi flex plate, spartan with all tunes except 350, remote in dash boost controller.
Special thanks to josh at jags pro truck shop, Aaron at rudys, geno at lakeland transmissions monticello mn, all at spartan and dirty diesel.
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Can't wait to see what this thing does!!!

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Wow, that is awesome. Some serious coin was spent on this, can't wait to see a vid

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Holy upgrades. I wish I could get all that done to my truck. Congrats. Sounds like your truck is gonna be one bad mofo.

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Spartan tuner shows at least 1183 ft lbs of torque with the mild 310 tune.
The truck falls on its face when you stab throttle from idle, but pulls hard when rpms start climbing. Maybe i need to reduce stall to start the truck moving. Im wondering if the delay is the converter flashing too much.
But it pulls like heck when you put a load on the motor the more the better.
The truck feels like it cant get out of its own way with the 275 tune.
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Sounds like to me that a few tweaks need to be made in the tuning.

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What are you thinking I may want to try.
I think its the converter
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I just replied to your PM C.J.

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So this is better than elite's but not as good as the industrial pump?

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