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post #1 of 4 Old 08-10-2014, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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Fass 150 lift pump

Hey guys I'm looking at adding a fass 150 lift pump to my 97 f350 crew cab long bed. Has anyone done this, any input will help. Also does fass sell the set up that is compatible with having duel fuel tanks??

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Honestly if you're running a completely stock truck it won't do much. Help yes but not in any way noticeable to you. Honestly if you're planning on putting some power eventually I would get yourself some gauges before anything.

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What he said, plus, dual tanks is only a switch away. If you install the pump after the switch (i.e., in replacement of the oem pump), then it won't care where the fuel is coming from.

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Gauges are on the way, as well as an air intake and straight pipe exhaust. I will eventually put more into it as the funds come available. Thanks off the input.
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