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Old 02-01-2013, 09:13 AM
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e-fuel?

im trying to figure out how to make my tuck more bullet proof. is e-fuel a good way to go and what benefits does it have? thanks
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Steady fuel flow, much much much improvement over the stock mechanical
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Old 02-01-2013, 11:07 AM
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does it help fuel economy, cleaner injectors, less maintnence, and or more performance?
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Better filtration, dependent on what filters you choose. More consistent fuel pressure means less potential wear on the injectors due to better filling. Easier repair on the side of the road if the pump or a filter needs changing. And fully rebuilding the stock system is not cheap, roll that money into e-fuel and enjoy the other benefits.

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Old 02-01-2013, 07:03 PM
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thanks a lot for the info guys, i got a buget to set now im thinking $400 will do it. i found one forum were a guy did it for under $250 but, im not completely sure how he did all that im really inexperienced with this stuff but im not gonna pay for someone to work on my truck. wish me luck thanks again.
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thanks a lot for the info guys, i got a buget to set now im thinking $400 will do it. i found one forum were a guy did it for under $250 but, im not completely sure how he did all that im really inexperienced with this stuff but im not gonna pay for someone to work on my truck. wish me luck thanks again.
Build good, not cheap
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e-fuel?

Bean's diesel has a wonderful set up! Look into that.


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Old 02-02-2013, 05:33 AM
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Fordman what do you consider cheap...ive heard the pump is what ya dont wanna skimp on rest you are ok with goin cheap on
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Use the termination this way, it is ok to get good parts cheap, but not use cheap parts cuz they are cheap. Use a good quality pump and regulator, the rest doesnt really matter.
I have mine set up so I can walk into any parts store and grab what I need from the shelf and fix it
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Old 02-02-2013, 05:38 AM
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Where ya gettin your regulator from
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