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Old 04-27-2013, 04:58 PM
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Fuel System Upgrade Questions

I'm in college and try to work on my truck a little bit every summer while I'm making money.
I'm planning fairly big, Swamps 250/200's next year and an H2e after that so I'm trying to complete it one piece at a time in a logical order including other supporting mods so I can still be able to keep using it as a daily driver.

Since I'm rolling over 300k in the next few weeks I thought it would be a good time as any to work on my fuel system.

I'm thinking a Diesel Site's CPR system and an AirDog II...

What do you guys think? Is anybody running something similar?

Will I need a sump? If so, will it fit with still keeping my skid plate?

Any Ideas are appreciated.
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Been lookin to do the same thing here in the next year curious what everyone has to say. Lookin to go with the 300-350cc sticks though air dog, the h2e setup adrenaline hpop and studs springs and rods. Wondering what everyone thinks about it, trucks just rolling 139k this month.


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I want to install the air dog 95 GPh system on mine, looking for opinions. A friend ith a duramax installed it and swears by it.
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Ok, I was under my truck today and it's obvious I would have to modify the skid plate if I installed a sump...

How big of systems are people running with just a regulated return?

Will I eventually need a different fuel pump or will the factory one hold up fine?

If I install something like the AirDog II should I install a sump as well?

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Old 04-29-2013, 10:06 PM
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What about Irate Diesel's Regulated Return and Pump setup?

Anybody have experience with their system?
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