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Old 01-17-2014, 04:16 PM
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TRUCK RUNNING SLUGGISH

Loss of power through upper RPM range like its draging changed the IPR did the hutch mod, regulated return, Getting what i think is alot of injector rattleing and also replaced the ICP

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Old 01-17-2014, 07:02 PM
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What is fuel pressure at?
Also, fill in your sig so we can see what we're dealing with
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Old 01-18-2014, 06:16 AM
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CHECKED IT THE OTHER DAY WITH AN OLD GAUGE AND READ 100PSI BUT I DONT THINK ITS RIGHT. I AM GOING TO GET ANOTHER GAUGE TODAY
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55-65 psi is where you want fuel pressure at.
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Old 01-18-2014, 07:25 AM
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THANKS BLUE99STROKER. WHEN I FIRST INSTALLED THE REGULATER IT WAS AROUND 70 PSI I WONDER IF MY FPR HAS GONE OUT ON ME AND WILL THE 100 PSI CAUSE IT TO KNOCK LIKE HELL IN THE UPPER RPM RANGE AND HAVE NO POWER IVE DONE ALL THE WORK ON THIS TRUCK MYSELF I THINK IM OVER LOOKING SOMETHING THANKS FOR THE HELP GUYS ANY SUGGESTIONS WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
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I would suggest trying anothe gauge first. Imwas expecting a low FP issue, not a way to high issue
When was the fuel filter last changed? That is the cheapest and easiest place to start
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thats what im thinkin to the gauge is an old liguid filled that took a beating and lost some of its fluid one i had laying around the house. thanks ill check it this afternoon and let you know what i find out been a little while since i changed the filter
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knocking is usually associated with low pressure.
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think ive got it fixed, new gauge PSI 100, spring in home made FPR bound up fixed it PSI around 57 doesnt seem to be rattling. Will up date yall in a day or so. THANKS FOR THE HELP GUYS
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Old 01-18-2014, 07:57 PM
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i hope everythings good.

no diesel leaks anywhere from excessive pressure?
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