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I am going to be running WVO in my truck and need to know exactly how to put this electric fuel system toegether.
Do I put the fuel filter/water seperator before or after the pump?
Also do I put the fuel heater before or after the pump?
How many micron filter before and after the pump?
Anything pointers are gladly appreciated!
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this might help i'm not sure sorry if it doesn't. look towards the bottom it has good info.

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Thanks any other reccomendations, tips, or things I should get.
Specifically Im looking for answers on micron ratings and where to install the water seperator and heater.
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The Works:
~ Ported Turbo & 1.0 Hot Housing
~ Turbo blanket
~ Ceramic Manifolds
~ Wrapped Up-pipes
~ Banks Technicooler
~ 3" Superduty Plenums
~ Custom 6" AEM Intake
~ Tymar 3-4" Ceramic DP
~ MBRP 4" Exhaust
~ BB Mod
~ PHP Tunes
~ Transgo Shift Kit
~ DIY 140v IDM mod
~ Electric Fans
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If I do dual fuel pumps how are they run in a series?
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The Works:
~ Ported Turbo & 1.0 Hot Housing
~ Turbo blanket
~ Ceramic Manifolds
~ Wrapped Up-pipes
~ Banks Technicooler
~ 3" Superduty Plenums
~ Custom 6" AEM Intake
~ Tymar 3-4" Ceramic DP
~ MBRP 4" Exhaust
~ BB Mod
~ PHP Tunes
~ Transgo Shift Kit
~ DIY 140v IDM mod
~ Electric Fans
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ask the biodiesel forum here, its alot more than just adding a pump to run it. it needs to be heated and filtered till its clear

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I am going to be running WVO in my truck and need to know exactly how to put this electric fuel system toegether.
Do I put the fuel filter/water seperator before or after the pump?
Also do I put the fuel heater before or after the pump?
How many micron filter before and after the pump?
Anything pointers are gladly appreciated!
Mark
put the filter before the pump.. i recommend a racor fsf1000

the heater is before the pump and the filter.. i have dill dabbled w/ both.... go with a hott foxx..

always go with a filter that is less micron then your stock filter.. mine is 2 micron in the fsf1000.... this fuel/water seperator is also heated.. thats why i like it..

i have had this on my truck for over two yrs.. no problems yet!!
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