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Old 01-22-2013, 07:21 PM
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E-Fuel Help!

I almost have all the parts ready for my e-fuel conversion!

The dilema:
I contacted TheDieselStore and he informed me that the Stanadyne fuel manager's are all back ordered for the next 6+weeks.

I don't have this much time...
Are there any other good direct replacements?

Thanks guys!!
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Old 01-22-2013, 07:32 PM
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When ya get it done come on up to bluffton bout 25 mins south of ft wayne and help me do mine lol
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Old 01-22-2013, 07:44 PM
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When ya get it done come on up to bluffton bout 25 mins south of ft wayne and help me do mine lol
Only if you come help drop in my rebuilt motor
Haha

Really though..
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Old 01-22-2013, 07:47 PM
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As long as your not in town in indy id be down id bring a buddy with me for company on the drive down and we could get her in there get ahold of me 2602270193
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As long as your not in town in indy id be down id bring a buddy with me for company on the drive down and we could get her in there get ahold of me 2602270193
I'm in the outskirts of Zionsville, IN.
I'll let you know when I get the motor back, it's currently at the machine shop!
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:40 AM
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Are you looking for the pre filter or post filter or both?
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Are you looking for the pre filter or post filter or both?
I'm looking for the per filter. I need a good water fuel seperator. Maybe a good filter head that will accept dual pumps in the future too.

I'm going to use a wix filter head and 2 micron high efficiency CAT filter for post pump filtration.
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It is my impression that the adding a second pump is just placing one in series not parallel. At least that is the case with my Bosch 044 pump. I may be wrong.
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I'm looking around for you to help find one. Call a couple of your local construction supply shops too. I'm noticing that a lot of construction rental equipment places are selling these too.
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It is my impression that the adding a second pump is just placing one in series not parallel. At least that is the case with my Bosch 044 pump. I may be wrong.
DIY Fuel System

I just stumbled across this thread when searching for dual pump set-ups. If you run 2 pumps in a series it will not increase the volume of fuel being moved, but if you run the pumps parallel to each other it will increase the volume of fuel.
Look like this guy is running 300cc sticks without a problem.

He is using a NAPA water/ fuel separator and WIX filter head as a pre-pump filter.

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I'm looking around for you to help find one. Call a couple of your local construction supply shops too. I'm noticing that a lot of construction rental equipment places are selling these too.
I called a few local placed earlier in the week, not much luck. I will keep trying.
I really do appreciate the help!
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