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Another E fuel question

Im considering doin the swap on my 95. I wouldnt mind the swap. but im on a very limited budget. I may be able to get an aftermarket Raptor fuel pump from a friend off of his cummins. He is using it with his stage 2 injectors and says its just not enough fuel and is goin a different route soo i may be able to get it cheap. I would like to keep the fuel bowl and fpr temporarily. Just want to mount a small inline filter pre pump, and the pump on the frame. Seen online you can get a "banjo block" that allows you to re-use the lines from the heads to the factory pump. This would be temporary until I could afford all the new lines, fittings, regulators, filters, all that good stuff. Anybody have any suggestions?

1995 f-250 rclb
7.3~317k miles & countin
3" Downpipe
Superduty 10.5" 3 pinion Trac-Lok rear
Dana 60 s.a.s

1997 ccsb , 353,500 miles
5" lift on 315x75x16 cooper at3's.
Clear headlights, tinted tails, rear buckets,
Dana 60 swap, zf5 swap.
rosewood 180/100's, t500 hpop, php hydra, e fuel.

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you just want to get rid of the mechanical fuel pump and start the process of the swap and not need to purchase everything?

I mean...I dont see any reason why you can put electric fuel to the fuel bowl/ would work as far as im concerned, the mechanical pump does the same thing,

but if you have the pump and the pre-filter, we are talking 180$ of expense out of the way. all thats left is misc lines(<50$) a post filter ( 30$ ) and a fuel pressure regulator(I paid 140 for mine, but you might be able to get them cheaper).

either way we are talking less then 250$ and you could do the hole e-fuel, thats a pretty good deal. buy the pump, save it till you get the cash, or you can try to install it into the fuel bowl/fpr, but if the mechanical one is working fine then I see no reason.

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