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Old 08-13-2008, 05:10 PM
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FASS system question

Any reason why the 07 6.0 FASS pumps wouldn't work with the 6.4? Looking at the 150/150 or 150/180, other toys will be coming soon.
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Dude I've been trying for 2 months to get them to build me a kit
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So it will have to be a complete diffrent platform huh?
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I believe so, not quite sure. I'd imagine something would have to be different or they would have already released a kit.
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I believe so, not quite sure. I'd imagine something would have to be different or they would have already released a kit.

Will this increase HP, or just to support newer mods?

Mike

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Will this increase HP, or just to support newer mods?

Mike
I dont know if it will increase HP on a stock application, but I know it helps when your pushin the 60 or 110 HP inj.
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Industrial Injection claims putting a FASS system to the filter housing will make a difference. FASS has not finalized a part number solution for the 6.4L. Yes, it hooks to a banjo bolt, but which one of about 20 possabilities? If you purchased a kit for a 6.0L, and had a place close by with a large selection of fittings you could probably get-r-done.
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Guys, any FASS system that is regulated at 7PSI will work just fine. DO NOT run a 6.0 system that isn't just a booster pump; the 50-60PSI systems will not be healthy on these trucks.

I can take picture of the incoming line and banjo bolt that the fitting needs to go on.

The simplest thing to do would be to simply order a replacement fuel line and washers, cut the line off at the end of the stainless and put a compression fitting on it to a -6 or -8AN adapter. If you want to replace the whole thing, it will be a M16x1.5 banjo bolt on the inlet.

I probably won't be screwing with mine until I get another injection pump, as it is still holding 3psi pressure on our truck even with the 30% over stock injector nozzles. The injection pump however is already to the point of not handling heavy pulsewidth.
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grr im lookin a way increase the fuel press for the 110 sticks
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Guys, any FASS system that is regulated at 7PSI will work just fine. DO NOT run a 6.0 system that isn't just a booster pump; the 50-60PSI systems will not be healthy on these trucks.

I can take picture of the incoming line and banjo bolt that the fitting needs to go on.

The simplest thing to do would be to simply order a replacement fuel line and washers, cut the line off at the end of the stainless and put a compression fitting on it to a -6 or -8AN adapter. If you want to replace the whole thing, it will be a M16x1.5 banjo bolt on the inlet.

I probably won't be screwing with mine until I get another injection pump, as it is still holding 3psi pressure on our truck even with the 30% over stock injector nozzles. The injection pump however is already to the point of not handling heavy pulsewidth.

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