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Fuel flow Question

I wish to instal a Racor fuel filter / water separator, and an electric lift pump
on the frame of a new to me 1996 E350 van with a 7.3. Why? Because accessing and servicing the pump assembly in the valley is a nightmare.
So the question is: How much of a fuel flow can I expect when I cut the fuel line to make the installation, or should I just drain the fuel tank before proceeding?
Thanks in advance for any help.
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We don't have a lift pump, you can do an electric fuel conversion however, just search the numerous e-fuel build threads, good luck and welcome to the org

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