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Originally Posted by Performance Oil Products
Duels are the only way to go. I had a very good factory pump (3000psi) and last week installed the stealth and I can tell you it is the best money spent yet. I could not beleive the difference the extra 500psi made.
The diselsite product I don't think is shipping as of yet.
In my opinion, I also think duals would be better. One pump feeding another pump sounds like good reliability because you are not trying to make a pump do more than it is designed to do. But, the price of those dual pump kits is a bit ridiculus. I think if you are going to run mild +hp injectors, the new single pumps will probably work real well for nearly half the cost. Bob at dieselsite said he is doing a 100k mile test which is enough to convince me.
2000 F350 Crewcab 4x4 7.3l with AFE stage II, MBRP 4" turbo back, Turbonetics "Quick spool" turbo with .84 housing, DP Tuner chip, 80 tow,80 econo, 120 race.