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Super Duty fuel system on OBS

A guy at work was telling me when he had his 6.0, buddies at his college were putting Super Duty fuel systems on their OBS, to eliminate the fuel bowl on top of the motor, and have everything on the frame. Im sure it can be done. Has anyone done it? Any more fuel going to the motor? Because my other thought was why would i want to trade off "factory fuel system for a factory fuel system" when i could spend more money i don't have and get a stand alone system like Air Dog.

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Well the idea is you take the super duty electric fuel pump and then use spin on filters. There is a decent amount of work in this. It is an upgrade for our trucks but unless you are having leaking issues or are going for big power the stock system isnt bad

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I dont mind the work. Ive been absent from this site for over a year and a half. Im just wondering if some one has done it, maybe they have a tutorial, or youtube channel.

Its getting to the point where i want to upgrade the OBS because the old girl deserves it.

1997 F-250 Crew Cab 7.3 4x4 (truck built 12-97)
2 - 8" Mitre cuts
Bully Dog 6 pos chip
Dfuser 18K module
FPR shimmed
RECON Smoke AMBER roof lights
Fire and Ice lightbar under tailgate
ITP Overboost Annihilator

Not running fire company at the moment but still on the truck
2 - 5 ft. FireStik Antenna's hooked into BC 350c Scanner
Vector 7 pod

Soon to be on truck:
Intercooler, new HPOP, straight axle, New OBS starter
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just do a search for e fuel OBS you will get a ton of results. Pretty sure there is a thread dedicated to it

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Skip the AirDog. Cheers!

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here you go

Electric Fuel on OBS Trucks

you can use 6.0 or 7.3 pumps. 7.3 pump are more popular because they are available at any parts house should you need one.

i followed mjonesjr's write up and so far close to 20K on it no issues

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