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Old 05-09-2012, 04:16 PM
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Talking E-Fuel Endeavors

Hey boys just another post on e fuel. For some reason i'm having problems finding posts that include a parts list. I'm curios too if there are any tricks to hooking up the hard fuel lines to the back of the heads.
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Old 05-09-2012, 04:30 PM
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try this

Electric Fuel on OBS Trucks
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are you resuing your old lines in the rear? I was going to but im all the jostling around one of the o rings got destroyed and i had to replace it with a push connect and fuel hose.

basically you need the aeromotive regulator and the superduty pump. How you want to mount up your filters and everything is up to you
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Do you thin steel braided is necessary or can I use standard fuel lines?
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would and aeromotive 13101 regulator work?
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I would go to a fuelab regulator as the aeromotive ones are not rated for diesel. The fuelabs are and they are cheeper, seems like a no brainer to me
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Do you thin steel braided is necessary or can I use standard fuel lines?
As long as the line is rated for pressure and diesel you can use it


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Do you thin steel braided is necessary or can I use standard fuel lines?
steel braided line is not necessary. As long as the line is rated for diesel then it will be fine.

I'm going to be redoing my lines and fittings under the hood next week. I'm using all AN fittings for push-lock hose. The line I'm going to use is reenforced rubber fuel line rated for diesel. All the hoses under the hood will be covered with DEI hose wrap rated for 500* direct contact and 2000* radiant heat. The hose itself is rated for 250* temps.
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One of you guys should sell a complete e-fuel kit for these trucks. Looks like it could be a money maker.
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"One of you guys should sell a complete e-fuel kit for these trucks. Looks like it could be a money maker".

I agree completely! I am still waiting for a kit with a set of well written instructions. I'm happy to pay someone for taking the time to develop and market an electric fuel kit. I want a kit I can follow step by step and complete on a Saturday.
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