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Question strictly diesel vs. guzzle

both make cross over. Each company uses different cylinders to achieve this strictlys goes straight across and guzzles doesn't .. I know you can adjust the pressure with guzzles or rift raffs but other than that is there a difference? both will get rid of dead head correct?
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I don't see a fuel rail crossover on Strictly Diesels site. Are you sure you arent confusing their oil crossover line with a fuel rail crossover? SD has the regulated return kits which are fully adjustable but pricy.

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