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Old 08-14-2010, 09:08 PM
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newer psd fuel setup on obs?

just read an ebay ad saying that the guy put the fuel system out of a 00 psd in his 96. anyone heard of this?
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Old 08-14-2010, 09:19 PM
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yes, but i would build your own fuel system with electric pump.
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What all would I need to build my own fuel system with an eletric pump
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What all would I need to build my own fuel system with an eletric pump
pump, wiring, freeze plug, and either an SD fuel bowl, modded OBS fuel bowl, or fuel bowl delete. i vote for the delete. if you do the delete, youll need a new filter mount and spin on filter (easier than the bowl anyway) if you get an SD pump youll need an FPR. if you get an Airdog, FASS or the upcoming wvodesigns pump thats internallly regulated and you wont need an FPR. you also need to decide whether or not you want a regulated return.

im about to do this myself.

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pump, wiring, freeze plug, and either an SD fuel bowl, modded OBS fuel bowl, or fuel bowl delete.
What needs to be modded on the OBS bowl? I'll likely do a fuel bowl delete when I do electric fuel but I haven't heard of any mods needed if you want to keep the stocker.
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the factory fuel bowl in an OBS has fuel pulled through it. it wont hold the 70ish psi that and SD bowl does. so you either have to mod the bowl to resemble the SD bowl or get an SD bowl. IMHO, ditch the bowl. unless your way up north and need that FBH. i suppose you can use an electric wrap on a spin on though...

suppose i could be wrong here. i know with a veg conversion for my OBS i have mod the bowl for the electric setup. i will ditch it instead.
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Old 08-26-2010, 06:53 AM
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Thats right... thanks for the brain duster
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np, we all need one now and then.
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I did a fuel system with 6.0 parts, so anything is possible
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SD Fp, areomotive reg filter heads, relay diesel rateed HP Hi temp hose, fittings if you not in a hurry you can get the pumps on e-bay i picked up two new ones for 100.00 each
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