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Old 12-11-2009, 07:59 PM
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Fuel System

Could any one get me a list of all the parts needed for a DIY Fuel System with fuel bowl delete and an electric pump. Please and thank you.

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Old 12-11-2009, 08:35 PM
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really it seems like anytime i post anything i can't get a response from anyone.
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Old 12-11-2009, 09:01 PM
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Kinda in a hurry? a whole 35 minutes?
Did you try looking in the 7.3 mod help at very top?
Person to contact and info is there.
Under tech files,,7.3 mod help
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Old 12-11-2009, 09:13 PM
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I PMed the mod who made that post. and got no response and that was like a week ago. So sorry for being a little impatient. lol. i just want a detailed list. i may be blind and missed a detailed list in there but that is what i'm aiming for. And it looks like that is for a SD and not an OBS. So i just want to make sure its all the same. again sorry.
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Old 12-11-2009, 09:38 PM
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dont apoligize for nothing. There is nothing wrong with asking. If I knew I would help you out, but I have not made they journey yet. It might be just easier to buy a kit already made for your truck.
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Old 12-11-2009, 09:40 PM
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yeah i was thinking that ,but i was trying to save a couple bucks and do it my self. If i was to buy a kit which one do you think i should get.
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Old 12-11-2009, 09:41 PM
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Well I hear only great things from the air dog. The FASS I have heard a few bad things.
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Old 12-11-2009, 09:47 PM
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i'm sure you're wondering why i even want a new fuel system. And i guess if you weren't your finding out anyways.lol. I'm just tryin to get everything in place before i get my injectors. so i'm tryin to get my fuel system hpop ic and maybe a tc before i buy injectors. do you think this is a good plan? sorry for the long post.
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I would suggest 2 SD7.3 elec fuel pumps in parallel.
I'm running a mallory 5150(?) elec fuel pump, areomotive adjustable regulator. The fuel is ran from the tanks through the slector switch, into a 10micron filter, into the pump. through a 10 micron fuel water seperator filter....up the frame, into the regulator...to the back of the heads (fittings) out the heads, back into the regulator...then back to the tank.
Really the fuel pump(s), regulator, fittings, and some fuel lines. Its pretty simple to do. You can use the stock fuel lines ...tap into them after the selector switch, using compression fittings...into the pump/filters...then back into the stock fuel lines, up to the top of the engine. Thats where the plumbing for the regulator and the new fittings and fuel line come into play. Sorry I cant rember specific fittings, I made several trips to Lowes and a Hydrolic shop for them. I thing I can tell you, remove the turbo b4 you try and remove the fitting in the rear of the drivers head....and dont break the fitting off in the head....
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