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Best Fuel System for Big Boy injectors!!

im thinking about running 230cc/100% when I get back and was wondering what kind of fuel setup I should be running?
its on my 2001 f250 7.3 cc sb


im just curious whats worth getting or who makes the best and what packages is the best bang for your buck
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Old 01-20-2014, 07:06 AM
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I've been wondering about the "most reliable" bang for your buck on my truck too. 38r, PIS 175/80's, and adrenaline. Under 400 whp set up.
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Two different set ups here... One MAY need an upgraded fuel system, one will not...

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im thinking about running 230cc/100% when I get back and was wondering what kind of fuel setup I should be running?
its on my 2001 f250 7.3 cc sb


im just curious whats worth getting or who makes the best and what packages is the best bang for your buck
Get a fuel pressure gauge... Watch your fuel pressure at WOT on your hottest setting. If it drops then go with a 1/2"-5/8" pick up to the pump, and check again...

A regulated return is nice, but not needed at the fuel levels your at.

If you have some money and just want to do it, I am running this set up...

5/8" pick up
5/8" line to first filter head
12 micron water filter
2-3/8" out of that filter head to dual SD pumps
2-4 micron final filter
5/8" on to the motor
ITP/Strictly fuel bowl delete block (modded with 5/8" input)
Regulated return (ITP/Strictly) using factory return lines to the pump...

There is a nice prototype part in there that I would love to show, but someone is taking there damn time getting it ready!!!

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I've been wondering about the "most reliable" bang for your buck on my truck too. 38r, PIS 175/80's, and adrenaline. Under 400 whp set up.
A good functioning fuel system will supply everything you need. Same as above get a fuel pressure gauge.
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I was thinking of getting a RiffRaff FRX and calling it good.
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I was thinking of getting a RiffRaff FRX and calling it good.
That would be a good set up...

BUT...

Without a fuel pressure gauge, your just guessing.
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Two different set ups here... One MAY need an upgraded fuel system, one will not...



Get a fuel pressure gauge... Watch your fuel pressure at WOT on your hottest setting. If it drops then go with a 1/2"-5/8" pick up to the pump, and check again...

A regulated return is nice, but not needed at the fuel levels your at.

If you have some money and just want to do it, I am running this set up...

5/8" pick up
5/8" line to first filter head
12 micron water filter
2-3/8" out of that filter head to dual SD pumps
2-4 micron final filter
5/8" on to the motor
ITP/Strictly fuel bowl delete block (modded with 5/8" input)
Regulated return (ITP/Strictly) using factory return lines to the pump...

There is a nice prototype part in there that I would love to show, but someone is taking there damn time getting it ready!!!



A good functioning fuel system will supply everything you need. Same as above get a fuel pressure gauge.
Yes he is!! I will see him in 2 weeks. I will bust his chops for you!!
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Two different set ups here... One MAY need an upgraded fuel system, one will not...



Get a fuel pressure gauge... Watch your fuel pressure at WOT on your hottest setting. If it drops then go with a 1/2"-5/8" pick up to the pump, and check again...

A regulated return is nice, but not needed at the fuel levels your at.

If you have some money and just want to do it, I am running this set up...

5/8" pick up
5/8" line to first filter head
12 micron water filter
2-3/8" out of that filter head to dual SD pumps
2-4 micron final filter
5/8" on to the motor
ITP/Strictly fuel bowl delete block (modded with 5/8" input)
Regulated return (ITP/Strictly) using factory return lines to the pump...

There is a nice prototype part in there that I would love to show, but someone is taking there damn time getting it ready!!!



A good functioning fuel system will supply everything you need. Same as above get a fuel pressure gauge.
well maybe this PROTOTYPE might be out by the time i get back in the states and home to my truck

ya i was thinkin of running the riff raff FRX with a gauge at first to see how things are and when i did this whole monster change over (injectors, turbo, chip and HPOP) just go from there, im sure imma need a whole new system

right now im stackin up on parts to get it ready for this monster upgrade, like HPX, Gauges, CCV mod, intake, exhaust, chip, etc etc..... what ever else needs some love

besides i have 5 months left in this deployment to figure this out, i just get bored and start thinking of crazy questions and thats where this forum comes in
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well maybe this PROTOTYPE might be out by the time i get back in the states and home to my truck

ya i was thinkin of running the riff raff FRX with a gauge at first to see how things are and when i did this whole monster change over (injectors, turbo, chip and HPOP) just go from there, im sure imma need a whole new system

right now im stackin up on parts to get it ready for this monster upgrade, like HPX, Gauges, CCV mod, intake, exhaust, chip, etc etc..... what ever else needs some love

besides i have 5 months left in this deployment to figure this out, i just get bored and start thinking of crazy questions and thats where this forum comes in
Just hold off on anything from the motor back... LOL
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Two different set ups here... One MAY need an upgraded fuel system, one will not...



Get a fuel pressure gauge... Watch your fuel pressure at WOT on your hottest setting. If it drops then go with a 1/2"-5/8" pick up to the pump, and check again...

A regulated return is nice, but not needed at the fuel levels your at.

If you have some money and just want to do it, I am running this set up...

5/8" pick up
5/8" line to first filter head
12 micron water filter
2-3/8" out of that filter head to dual SD pumps
2-4 micron final filter
5/8" on to the motor
ITP/Strictly fuel bowl delete block (modded with 5/8" input)
Regulated return (ITP/Strictly) using factory return lines to the pump...

There is a nice prototype part in there that I would love to show, but someone is taking there damn time getting it ready!!!



A good functioning fuel system will supply everything you need. Same as above get a fuel pressure gauge.
I just P.M.ed you about your fuel system guess I should have done a search first. Thanks for the information. Could you post some pics of it?
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