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Old 12-13-2013, 04:31 AM
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Fuel System?

Alright gentlemen which fuel pump/system is the better one out there?
I have the 02, a TS 6 position, air/exhst, GT38.
I will be upgrading injectors (not sure which ones yet) I do a lot of heavy towing 20,000 plus lb's and will also upgrade to a HPOP

So I could use some opinions on what system to get if any and what injectors you recommend Thanks Guys
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Old 12-13-2013, 05:04 AM
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I recommend P.I.S. for your injector needs. Tim is a real knowledgeable and takes the time to fill your needs and goals!!

performanceinjectionsystems.com

I have run his injectors and they are the smoothest set I ever ran.
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if staying smaller injectors you can use the stock fuel pump.

also if your going with 160cc injectors just get riffraffs Frx.

if going bigger you can get a regulated return from an number of different companies for 600-1200 bucks.
strictlydiesel, p.i.s., driven diesel sell regulated return kits.

so it comes down to injector size really.
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Old 12-14-2013, 05:24 AM
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I've decided to get 175's on the injectors.
When going with a bigger pump does an air/fuel separator necessary?
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Old 12-14-2013, 05:33 AM
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no, you can look at doing in-tank mods.
strictly diesel sells a nice pre pump kit that gets rid of air in the system, and its way cheaper than buying fass or airdog.

175's are going to be right at the stock pumps limit depending on how healthy it is.

so you might need a new pump if it doesn't hold good pressure at WOT.
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Driven Diesel Fuel Tank / Pre-Pump Kit
Driven Diesel Fuel Bowl Delete Regulated Return Fuel System Kit
Driven Diesel Post Pump Fuel Filter Kit
these(or similar) and use a oem boush pump seems to be the common thing. if the pressure is not enough, do dual pumps.
or here is another option with everything in one
Buy Online | Irate Diesel Performance LLC
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