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Old 02-29-2008, 08:36 PM
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fuel system upgrade

Howdy guys lookin for the simplest and best upgrade for the fuel system not lookin for 11 sec truck just upgrade do i need just a better lift pump or a return sys and just how hard is the return sys. to install saw a write up put dont remember sayin how hard it was
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Old 02-29-2008, 11:59 PM
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dj's fuel + intensifier seems to be a good upgrade for a "stock" truck, definitely for stock injectors. I'll hopefully be doing mine in about a month. ::: DJ's Perfromance :: Home :::
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A full RR install is not very difficult but is very challenging because of the lack of space that you need to work in. The fuel intensifier is a "helper" pump to ensure that you don't starve your injectors for fuel under heavy acceleration conditions.
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Hey Shawn,

The FUEL+ Fuel Intensifier is a regulated return fuel system. It will work with up to 250cc injectors. It will take you between 1 - 2 hours to install.

It is not a helper pump, there is no pump involved. It consists of fuel lines, an Aeromotive regulator, fuel pressure gauge and all the fixings for an easy installation. You do not need to go to the back of the heads to get the best results at all.

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Hey Shawn,

The FUEL+ Fuel Intensifier is a regulated return fuel system. It will work with up to 250cc injectors. It will take you between 1 - 2 hours to install.

It is not a helper pump, there is no pump involved. It consists of fuel lines, an Aeromotive regulator, fuel pressure gauge and all the fixings for an easy installation. You do not need to go to the back of the heads to get the best results at all.

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Sorry, DJ. Appreciate your correcting me. I must have been thinking of something else.
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Old 03-01-2008, 10:56 AM
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Sorry, DJ. Appreciate your correcting me. I must have been thinking of something else.

Perhaps a FASS or AirDog was on your mind...also a good addition.

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Perhaps a FASS or AirDog was on your mind...also a good addition.

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Yeah, now that you mention it, PureFlow (maker of the AirDog) just began selling the higher flow pump called a Raptor. I was looking at both of those as "next mods" for my setup, but they aren't really even the same things.
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these sound great guess i better wait for the warranty to run out first but def. on the to do list after 100k man that list is turnin to a book
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ITP 6.0 fuel system with the airdog would be a great choice and you can't beat the service.
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these sound great guess i better wait for the warranty to run out first but def. on the to do list after 100k man that list is turnin to a book
a fuel system should have nothing to do with warranty. it provides constant fuel, which is good for the injectors.
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