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Old 04-05-2012, 02:22 AM
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What are some good fuel mods for an 01 7.3
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Cost effective mods or just any?
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Old 04-05-2012, 04:17 AM
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Looking to support bigger mods down the road already have regulated return and fuel bowl delete
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The in tank mods. Hutch/harpoon. I think it's the hutch that eliminates the stock fuel pick up assemble. What kind of fuel delivery system do you have before it gets to the motor?
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I like my AD2 and fuel sump
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Right now its stock but I was thinking about running a 5/8.draw straw 5/8 from tank to water separator then 3/8 to 2 stock pump then into a fuel filter and 3/8 to the engine but I'm not sure if running 2 stock pumps would be a supportive and reliable setup
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A lot of ppl do that. Really popluar. I'm gonna do that.
I'll do 5/8 pick up to pre pump filter, 1/2 to each pump, 1/2 to a post pump filter, then 3/8 to the yblock on the motor
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Thanks for the info do you know were to get the fittings for the stock fuel pump
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