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Electric fuel conversion questions
I am upgrading my 94 f350 to electric fuel. I have an airdog 150 feed pump and a super duty high pressure pump (temporary) to feed it. I would like to eliminate the banjo bolt and feed the heads from the front and return in the front. My questions are:
1-I don't know how the fuel feed is from the factory. Is my thought of front to rear ok?
2-does anyone know what fittings are in the head for the fuel lines? I'd like to run AN fittings with braded line.
3-anything I may also need to add?
The truck is a 94f350 4x4 dually with a powerstroke and a zf5 trans with a gear venders under drive auxiliary trans. Other mods are:rosewood stage 1 injectors, t500 HPOP, calling DP tuners tomorrow for a chip, inter cooled, dual disc clutch and a rebuilt stock bore motor. I didn't intend on rushing this together, but I own a small landscaping company. My first day of work,April 2, we were rearended in front of a customers house which totaled everything including my 96 f150. Instead of replacing the truck I figured I'd finish the f350.