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post #1 of 7 Old 10-17-2011, 07:56 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for some advise on electric fuel pump kits. Took mine 97 apart yesterday to fix a few fuel leaks found that the bowl is pretty much gone. I could JB weld it but rather fix it right rather then fix it again later. Been looking at the Beans BDP kit and the Dieselsite's CPR system. Both sound good, does anyone have any advise on them good or bad? I know I could save some money and build my own I just don't have the time so a kit is going to be a bit easier for me. This is my weekend hauler so I want to keep it reliable. Are there any other kits I should look at?

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Since this never got any feedback figured I would post up how things went. I ended up with Bean's kit since they were the only ones who picked up the phone and got back to me. If you are on the fence about converting to Electric Fuel pump it was the best thing I ever did. Truck starts great runs smoother and response is great. The worse part of the install is the Driver side head fitting other then that it's pretty straight forward.
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glad you got it all worked out. i want to do this later on down the road.

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I just wish the kits weren't so damn expensive...

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kits are kinda pricey but worth it if your wanting to run bigger sticks and be reliable... plus i think my motor runs loads better, smooth and quieter from idle to WOT.
Enelson i would go to your local parts store(i asked them to add them to the stocking list so i can always get them not many places stock these filters) and get some new filters ordered because with the low micron count of the filters all the crap built up in the tank over the years will clog them up. after that your good to go
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Intake, auto meter(oil psi, tranny,boost, EGT) IDM mod, .030 over rebuilt motor, comp 910's, BDP d66 turbo, BDP stage one injectors, BDP fuel system, t500, BDP custom tuned 6pos, coolingmist water/meth, 3in downpipe 4in duals, dana 60 swap, 203* t-stat
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BTS, 300/200 sticks, studs, pushrods, t4 mount, NEW PAINT

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I do have to say mine does run way better. Old pump just could not keep up. I did grab an extra set of filters but my local parts store does stock them. Don't have half the other things they should stock but they do have the filters.

I thought they were a little on the expensive side but then I priced out putting it back to stock with needing a fuel bowl and that cost didn't seem all that much worse. When I did get it I was glad to see that they did spend some time and made there mounting brackets look good.
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Lucky, i had to wait for three days to get my filters. I also noticed that from the vibration the pressure gauges eventually leaks the fluid out of the gauge

96 F-250 ext. cab long box 4x4
Intake, auto meter(oil psi, tranny,boost, EGT) IDM mod, .030 over rebuilt motor, comp 910's, BDP d66 turbo, BDP stage one injectors, BDP fuel system, t500, BDP custom tuned 6pos, coolingmist water/meth, 3in downpipe 4in duals, dana 60 swap, 203* t-stat
traction bars, 6.0 intercooler
furture plans,
BTS, 300/200 sticks, studs, pushrods, t4 mount, NEW PAINT

GOAL= 600+ hp
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