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post #1 of 5 Old 02-03-2011, 04:00 AM Thread Starter
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fuel pump upgrade

well my stock pump is leakin pretty bad now so im lookin into electrical. whats the best to go with? i like the airdog with the predator. i also found a complete kit on diesel site . com but its like $1300. dont really want to try to piece together a kit. id like to just buy all the parts and have them put in. lol the fuel part of the truck is one thing i dont like messing with
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do you want a regulated return?

if not, get an internally regulated pump, FASS HPFP, or the new model from WVO Designs. plumb in a filter and regulator and done. i have part numbers for fittings if you want to use the stock banjo bolt.

if you want a regualted return then use an SD pump, which i have for sale brand new, or any big pump capable of the gph and rpessure, i.e., FASS, airdog, WVO Designs, etc. here you can use a regulator, or you can just create a bottleneck and use the internally regulated pumps and still have a regulated return.

these should both support stage 1's.


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I have the dieselsite CPR kit and love it. great quality parts and instruction manual was AWESOME. he has each end of every hose labeled, i bet a 5yr old could install it with all the pics and labels and his customer service is great!

i know i could have put one together for cheaper, but bob did all the research and saved me a lot of time hunting down parts and a ton of time making brackets and things. its a very easy bolt on system.


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