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Old 07-13-2010, 04:47 PM
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what is the purpose and gains you will see from this and what is the concept behind it. Do they offer it for my 95 powerstroke
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Old 07-13-2010, 08:03 PM
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yours is a regulated return. but if you switch to electric fuel system you will see better idle and be ready for injector upgrades
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cool thanks man.how do you switch it over to electric. i saw you had a diy fuel system
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DIY Fuel System
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theres sevral differnt setup...pumps/filters/lines...you can use.
I'm using a Mallory fuel pump, that s connected to the feed line comming off of the tank selector, into a fuel filter, then into a fuel water seperator. FWS to a "T" that splits to the fittings in the heads. Out of the heads to an Areomotive adjustable fuel regulator, back into the return side of the stock fuel system .

The fuel bowl has been removed. I used braided fuel line that I had sitting around for awhile. You can use the stock fuel lines up to the top of the engine.

Somewhere theres a link to using a fuel pump/filter from a 6.0.

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if you go to post 46 thats where mine starts. easyer to link than repost the hole thing.mine is a single pump set-up.and still use the stock lines.

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Old 07-15-2010, 06:48 AM
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Could someone just run an AD2 instead of getting all the different stuff from different places? Then delete the fuel bowl?


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