Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Beaverlick, KY
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The conversion involves removing the factory pump, lines and filter housing; then mounting the new pump and filter, wiring the pump, and running the lines to and from the engine, while using an aftermarket fuel pressure regulator.
As for replacing the factory pump I don't know, I've never taken one out by itself. Everytime I have removed one I had the fuel bowl out already with no intent to reinstall either.
I wouldn't bother with trying to adjust fuel pressure on a factory fuel system as it doesn't supply any more volume, just changes the pressure. If your dropping pressure with the factory system then you need to find another alternative.
1997 F350: Regular cab, XLT, 7.3L PSD, 5 speed, 4x4, 3.55 - Tow/Street Truck
Swamps 200's, Modded H2E, HMR Street Puller, Fuel system, Swamps Programs
2001 VW Golf Four Door GLS, 1.9L TDi, 5 speed - Almost makes fuel
Sold: 2000 F350: Crew Cab, 7.3L PSD, 6 speed, Dually - Pulling truck
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