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Old 01-11-2020, 08:04 PM
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Irate diesel kit is what I bought. Comes with Upgraded draw straw, fittings, hose, their billet filter, water separater, and pump mount, regulator to head fuel lines, return line with quick connect fitting for the return. I think I got the upgraded pump but thatís optional. You can get a tank sump set up from them as well but I preferred the draw straw.

Cnc fab also makes fuel line kits as well as HPO line kits. They make a few different kits with quality parts. Worth checking out.
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Old 01-11-2020, 09:07 PM
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That is not a regulated return system that is a fuel lift pump that helps get the fuel from the tank so the regular fuel pump doesn't strain as much when you go wot and demand more fuel from the pump (well that's my theory anyway on why they sell these products but I do know for sure that it isn't a regulated return and that it is a lift pump). A regulated return looks like a little aluminum block that goes where your fuel filter housing used to go.
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That is not a regulated return system that is a fuel lift pump that helps get the fuel from the tank so the regular fuel pump doesn't strain as much when you go wot and demand more fuel from the pump (well that's my theory anyway on why they sell these products but I do know for sure that it isn't a regulated return and that it is a lift pump). A regulated return looks like a little aluminum block that goes where your fuel filter housing used to go.
Haha yeah after I posted it I started doing some digging on ther websites and yeah it is a lift pump which I dont understand why it says direct replacement when I have only found one pump on my truck and from what I have seen there is no pump in the tank on the powerstrokes.

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Old 01-11-2020, 10:35 PM
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Haha yeah after I posted it I started doing some digging on ther websites and yeah it is a lift pump which I dont understand why it says direct replacement when I have only found one pump on my truck and from what I have seen there is no pump in the tank on the powerstrokes.

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There isnt, the pump on sd and excursions are on the frame rail ( or so I think I could be wrong)on obs they're on the motor.
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There isnt, the pump on sd and excursions are on the frame rail ( or so I think I could be wrong)on obs they're on the motor.
Yeah I got one on the driverside rail that's all I found

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Old 01-11-2020, 10:38 PM
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The regulated return I think goes in place of the fuel filter bowl.
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Old 01-11-2020, 10:40 PM
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You could make or have made a bracket to hold the 2 pumps and fuel filter and fuel water separator
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I built my own fuel system with an Aeromotive A1000 marine pump and bought the fuel lines from Swamps. The filter heads are just generic with Napa filters. It saved me bookoo bucks. If I was going to do this on a newer truck and had over a grand to lay out for the project I'd go with a Fass Signature series. You can't beat Fass for quality IMHO.

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I built my own fuel system with an Aeromotive A1000 marine pump and bought the fuel lines from Swamps. The filter heads are just generic with Napa filters. It saved me bookoo bucks. If I was going to do this on a newer truck and had over a grand to lay out for the project I'd go with a Fass Signature series. You can't beat Fass for quality IMHO.

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Yeah I checked out the fuel systems they are pretty spendy the basic one is 675 plus parts and harness, and it's only 67gph, does anyone know what the stock pump runs gph? Also looked at the regulated return and its compression fittings, Im Not a fan of compression as guys at work will find a drip and then over tighten and then it leaks more and boom your fabing a new line to replace the one they wrecked. So I'll probably just make my own as I'm kinda a snob on hardlines. Looked at the a1000 pump for marine applications and it does 105gph will see if I can find a cheap one will probably run cat separator and filter as we had good luck with them at work.

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Old 01-13-2020, 01:46 AM
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I think dual stock pumps will be enough for your injectors but I may be wrong I'm not real sure
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