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Old 08-12-2010, 12:56 PM
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Fass fuel system

I'm looking into upgrading my fuel delivery system and wanted to add a FASS air/water removal system. I think I need the 150 model. I've got a stock truck and in the future I plan on stage 1s and an adrenaline hpop.

Problem is, wheres all the FASS info for my OBS, I'm finding tons of info for the 99's and up. What about me?

Any of you guys running one? I'm looking to DITCH my stock lift pump and run a 100% new fuel system

any thoughts or help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 08-12-2010, 08:02 PM
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You could use the fass pump, or you could just make you own setup. If you would like to make your own setup i could help you set the system up. The fass system will cost you about 600 to 800 when done. I made my own for around 350.
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Old 08-12-2010, 08:08 PM
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Yea, I agree with STROKE THIS 250, build your own set up.
I'm running one built by a friend, using a Mallory pump and regulator. Planning on swapping in 2 SD pumps.
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Old 08-12-2010, 09:13 PM
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ok, this sounds like a good option. Is the air removal just as good as a FASS? and will I be able to ditch the in tank lift pump?

I heard that some of the FASS systems use a larger pickup as well, which is something I'd like to do.

Tell me a little more about the home grown kits. I'm a serious DIY'er with 8yrs diesel mech under my belt. I'm up for saving money, but I also like to overkill my setups so that I never have to "revisit" any mods.
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Old 08-13-2010, 09:20 AM
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Awesome set of links John, thanks for the research boost. Looks like I'll be busy for a little while.
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Old 08-26-2010, 12:14 PM
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run a fuel lab your set up will be completly custom you are going to have to drop your tank and put in pick up lines or a sump then from your pump to regulater ill be installing my kit within 2 weeks so ill let you no how that goes
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Thanks for the Jordan.

I'll be interested in any info, or pics you could provide.

And yes my setup will be totally custom, as I am also running waste veggie oil, and will be setting up 2 100% separate fuel systems on my obs.

I'm particularly interested in info about custom pick up tubes/sumps as I'm addiment (spelling?) about eliminating as many moving parts out of my vo tank as possible

So...... FUEL LAB, that's a brand then? I'll look that one up, thanks
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