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I tried doing some research on this part but most of the info I have found is older so I wanted to get some more current opinions. Dino Fuel Alternatives | Product Detail is the part I'm referring to. What is the quality like? Did it help at all with the #8 starvation? Does it really help quiet things down or make them run smoother? My truck is stock except for some unknow chip or programming done on it, I haven't had time to pull the PCM and see. I have the DIY Tymar and an MBRP 4" turbo back waiting to go on this weekend. At 180k miles I figure anything I can do to extend injector life is a good thing. I just want to be sure it's worth the $140. Thanks for the opinions.

edit: I have ordered the HPX from ITP as well.

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Bump.

anyone put this mod in?

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1999.5 F250 2wd Auto Crew Cab Long bed, 190k, 4" MBRP turbo back, DIY Tymar, 50hp old school hypertech chip, WW, HP oil crossover line, BTS trans done and installed,

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I also would like to know. I have been looking at this also.

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I have it. I'm not certain it made much of a difference now that i've had it for quite a few miles. MPG didn't increase. Maybe, just maybe the engine runs smoother and quieter (did i say just maybe?).
Here's a thread for what it's worth.
DFA Cross Connect Kit on an early 99
In hindsight I would have waited and installed a regulated return (much more money of course). ITP? I think I might install one someday.

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UPDATE to my last post in this thread. Noticed some oil spots in my driveway, and traced it to a leaky oil-crossover hose from the same company (Dino...) that sold me my CCK fuel kit. While under the hood yanking the oil hose I noticed the CCK was weeping just a bit of fuel at the point where it connects back into the fuel return line near the fuel bowl. i suppose i'll be yanking that too and finding a better washer to put in there since it's as tight as i can make it. the oil crossover hose was leaking at the crimp of the hose to the metal fitting.

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What is the setup made from? Can you use just regular pipe fittings and compression fitting for the stainless steel pipe, etc?

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Here are some more alternatives.

7.3L Fuel Crossover Kit?

2002 F250 XLT CC 4x4
- Isspro EV gauges (Pyro, Trans temp, Boost)
- Walker BTM Muffler
- DIY Intake w/ AMSOIL 4095 washable/reusable filter
- 6.0 Liter Transmission Cooler
- '08 Kool-Vue tow mirrors
- Tuff Country 2.5" leveling kit 22962KN
- Factory F350 blocks in the rear
- Readylift 67-2094UB u-bolt kit for the rear
- Moto Metal 970 18x10's w/ -24 offset
- Cooper Discoverer S/T Maxx 295/70-18's
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