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post #1 of 7 Old 10-28-2013, 04:07 AM Thread Starter
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It look likes a great deal, and seems to have have everything needed including some instructions, which is nice. Has anybody bought this kit or heard any bad things about Bar None? Seems like a new company so how's the quality, fitment, and customer service?

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post #2 of 7 Old 10-28-2013, 04:21 AM
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I know the pumps are currently on backorder but the guy I called there was good he had an answer for all my questions. When the new batches are available I'll be buying one

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I've got one of these kits in my truck. I didn't install it myself, but it definately looks good installed. Sure makes the valley look clean! I found that it smoothed out the idle at start up. Seems to help with the cold start as well. I have only had it in the truck for a couple months, but I'm happy so far. I originally thought it kinda hung a little low, but I haven't whacked it when wheeling. Found Eric was good to deal with and knowledgeable as well. It did take a bit of time to get the kit, but I had also ordered his bellowed up pipes.

Money well spent? Yes!
Would I deal with him again? Yes

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I don't see a option for fuel bowl heaters...I'd like to see how the lines are ran as some kits do not run the lines correctly.
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The fuel bowl gets deleted

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Fuel bowl heaters for the filters in the kit..............................................
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Didn't Ford do away with the fuel heater on the hfcm used on 6.0 and later engines

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