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Twin fuel pump kit

Somewhere a while back i thought i saw a bracket and harness set up for running twin fuel pumps on a 7.3 250. I cant seem to find it again. I checked several of the usual aftermarket sites. Is anyone familiar with this set up and where i may find the parts?
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I've never seen a kit, but it's a pretty simple DIY project if you decide to do it yourself.

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Here's how to make the bracket and install the pump

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I would use another stock pump, not the 6-8 psi pump he uses.

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what would be the purpose of duel pumps ?
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Just another fueling route to go with.
More of a backup option if 1 goes bad.

But not necessary as they rarely goes out.

My single competition fuel pump kit from irate diesel is still rolling around with over 100 k miles on it

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Originally Posted by BigT2000 View Post
what would be the purpose of duel pumps ?
As cloverleaf said its a good way to have a backup.

But different form what he did by going with the upgraded single pump to fuel bigger injectors you can do the same with dual stock pumps.

Fairly cheap to build a DIY kit. Most people already have 1 pump. The stock pump is fairly cheap from RiffRaff. If one goes out its cheap to replace.

Easier to build a DIY now because some of the places that sell kits will sell specific parts like a harness if you call and talk to them.

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Okay that guzzles link and running dual factory setups is completely different.

Personally, what was done with the two pumps in series I think is a waste, the benefits would be extremely marginal, if any. On a stock truck, the stock pump will easily keep you above 60PSI.

Running dual OEM pumps in parallel will allow you to cheaply support even as big as a 300/200 injector, providing you can make the kit yourself, if you're buying one and you actually need increased fuel available, its hard to beat the single pumps buy Aeromotive and Fuel lab.

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