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Location: Blue Springs, MO
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good to see a DIY 6.0 guy.
here are a few thoughts, where do you live? if it gets cold where you are, you may expirience problems with that 10 micron pre-filter. it may cause too much vacuum, possibly blow the pump fuse. fwiw, that raw power pump should have a prescreen on the inlet. im in MO where the most i would personally put in is an xx micron prescreen.
clarification request.... i am not familair with how the fuel enters the 6.0, i know there is a banjo thats about it. when you say you have cv's in all four ports, your not blocking D2 flow into the vo line for the purge cycle are you?
as for coolant:
out of engine > nearest vo heat exchanger > filter > fuel line > tank then back up to the cab heater core.
thats one of many ways, you may wish to have cab heat first. either way, be sure the hottest coolant hits the vo closest to the heads first. tank should be last.
when i did my first convert i did > coolant from motor > filter > hih > tank > heater core. i did not have an fphe.
hope this helps! fwiw, there are a few guys on the BFT forums with 6.0 conversion. not to drive you away from here, this is a great site. just a heads up on where you might find more info.
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