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who makes a fuel cooler delete kit or anyone have any home made tricks on removing it??
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Maybe I'm crazy, but why would you want to delete the fuel cooler?

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cleans up the engine bay, and is less stuff to go wrong
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who makes a fuel cooler delete kit or anyone have any home made tricks on removing it??
Are you planning to delete the fuel bowl? Are you running an aftermarket LP system? Are you going to do away with the regulated return?

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I don't think there is a kit, unless Maryland Performance Diesel has one. I think most that have done this have just made it work.

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I think you are talking about the fuel bowl delete. I'm relatively sure you need your fuel cooler.

Elite makes one, and I have been eyeing one by Side Action Diesel Performance (SADP) for a little while.


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I think you are talking about the fuel bowl delete. I'm relatively sure you need your fuel cooler.

Elite makes one, and I have been eyeing one by Side Action Diesel Performance (SADP) for a little while.


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Plenty of people have deleted their fuel coolers to clean up the engine bay. Most that have done this have pretty extensive builds though.

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Plenty of people have deleted their fuel coolers to clean up the engine bay. Most that have done this have pretty extensive builds though.
Don't most relocate it instead? It seems like I remember surging issues with the fuel cooler deleted.

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Don't most relocate it instead? It seems like I remember surging issues with the fuel cooler deleted.
Correct me if I am wrong but my impression was if they weren't running dual fuelers they didn't run into fuel temp problems...if they had duelers it was hit and miss depending though if you tow it probably ain't a good idea.

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Correct me if I am wrong but my impression was if they weren't running dual fuelers they didn't run into fuel temp problems...if they had duelers it was hit and miss depending though if you tow it probably ain't a good idea.
Yea that sounds about right. I didn't really pay attention because I plan on sticking with stock fuel. At least that's what I say now

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