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post #1 of 7 Old 06-26-2013, 12:58 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel bowl delete

Hoping someone can answer some questions for me. I know the stock fuel bowl sucks, mine leaks all the time, it's a pain to deal with, etc. I have seen so many different things out there that I don't know what I'm looking at anymore... I don't want to fabricate my own stuff in the garage (and fail) so I'm looking at what is already commercially available. So where would I go to find a kit for fuel bowl delete/regulated fuel return/electric fuel setup? I would very much like to get my whole fuel system done in one swoop and never have to look back at it again.
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i think beans might have a kit but cant remember for sure. its not to bad to get all the stuff together urself.

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Beans and irate both have great kits. Beans is on sale for $949 with I believe free shipping. It's a fantastic kit.


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I have the Beans kit, works very well and uses easily replaceable parts. Since these are easily replaceable parts the pricetag is a wee bit steep. But like you said getting a complete kit is nice.




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Hit Dave up at veggie garage up. He's building a full kit as we speak. He may have something available for a great price

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To delete the fuel bowl you are talking about Efuel. While there are good (but pricey) kits out there, none of them are plug and play. All of them require cutting the fuel lines, removing stock fuel bowl, FPR, and fuel pump. They also require a bit of wiring and sensor installs. Its not a hard job, but its also not that simple. Not trying to scare you or anything, just making sure you know whats all involved.

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Thanks for the info guys. I kind of figured that I was going to have to spend around $800+ to get it running but that it is well worth it in the long run. What kind of a setup should I be looking for? I see many different kits anywhere from 90gph to 200gph. My setup is stock plus intake, exhaust and gauges, but I'm about to get a TS chip and in the long run I would like to cross the 400hp mark so I'd rather not have to change pumps down the road. Are there any real differences between systems like FASS and Air Dog?
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