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Old 02-07-2009, 04:12 PM
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So...My stock fuel pump positive terminal broke.Please dont ask. Im just wondering what is a good aftermarket replacement for the stock one? One that would be good for stock and bigger injectors soon. More power is on the way,and I am running an air dog system. Any help would be great.
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So...My stock fuel pump positive terminal broke.Please dont ask. Im just wondering what is a good aftermarket replacement for the stock one? One that would be good for stock and bigger injectors soon. More power is on the way,and I am running an air dog system. Any help would be great.
Isn't the AirDog system an upgraded fuel pump like the FASS with the fuel filter & fuel/air separator? Or do you have something else? SCUFFY828 has a super-modified PSD, & uses the FASS fuel system. Although, I remember him saying his system was leaking. Not sure.....
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The Air Dog is just mainly a fuel preporator. It feeds the stock fuel pump clean fuel, minus the air bubbles. It also had a 2 micron filter! My engine sounds alot quieter and runs more smoothly with it. I hear the Walbro is a good stock replacement. Any insight?
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If you want a drop in stock replacement that flows much more than stock go with a Walbro GSL-392 you can get it from Summit Racing for around 125 bucks if I remember correctly and it installs just like the stocker only thing you have to do is on the feed line coming from the tank is cut the quick connect off and slide the bare hose on the hose barb and use a hose clamp and your good to go

many use this setup and its a good and cheap alternative
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If you want a drop in stock replacement that flows much more than stock go with a Walbro GSL-392 you can get it from Summit Racing for around 125 bucks if I remember correctly and it installs just like the stocker only thing you have to do is on the feed line coming from the tank is cut the quick connect off and slide the bare hose on the hose barb and use a hose clamp and your good to go

many use this setup and its a good and cheap alternative
Nice! I'll have to look into that too! Thanks, bigwhite!
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If you want a drop in stock replacement that flows much more than stock go with a Walbro GSL-392 you can get it from Summit Racing for around 125 bucks if I remember correctly and it installs just like the stocker only thing you have to do is on the feed line coming from the tank is cut the quick connect off and slide the bare hose on the hose barb and use a hose clamp and your good to go

many use this setup and its a good and cheap alternative
Thanks!! What about a pressure regulator after the pump? What setup do most use?
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Nice! I'll have to look into that too! Thanks, bigwhite!
No problem man
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Thanks!! What about a pressure regulator after the pump? What setup do most use?
all I changed is the pump for now but will soon make my own Regulated Return or buy ITP's RR with fuel bowl delete kit
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No problem man


all I changed is the pump for now but will soon make my own Regulated Return or buy ITP's RR with fuel bowl delete kit
Got it! How does the truck run with the Walbro? Noisy? Any difference? I always thought you needed a regulator after the pump or does the stock FPR bring the pressure down?
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