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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-23-2010, 09:58 PM Thread Starter
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FINALLY!!! - Post Pump Filter Kit

I know, I know...it's taken me forever. For anyone wanting to run (or already running ) my Fuel Bowl Delete regulated return kit, I've finally got a "Post Pump Filter Kit" done.

http://www.sinisterdiesel.com/store.php/products/PPFK

FYI...For now, I've only got the Automatic Transmission version. The Manual Trans version is designed, I need to do one more test fit and get the parts made before it will be ready to ship.

Before anyone asks...YES, the Fuel Bowl Delete Regulated Return Kit are coming back. I've got most of the parts, just waiting on some of the updated pieces to show up so I can finish updating the instructions and get them packaged for sale. It shouldn't be long now (fingers crossed!).

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Re: FINALLY!!! - Post Pump Filter Kit

I want a bowl delete kit...

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Re: FINALLY!!! - Post Pump Filter Kit

so do u need a pre filter pump and a post filter pump ????
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Re: FINALLY!!! - Post Pump Filter Kit

It is highly advisable... You want post pump more than pre-pump though.
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Re: FINALLY!!! - Post Pump Filter Kit

ok so is it safe to go waterfuel seperator pump fuel filter and call it a day ?
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Re: FINALLY!!! - Post Pump Filter Kit

I would always run some kind of filter/water seperator before the pump. We have different options depending on the pump being used.

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Re: FINALLY!!! - Post Pump Filter Kit

I am interested....but where will it mount......any issues with reg cab trucks?

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Re: FINALLY!!! - Post Pump Filter Kit

The post pump filter should not have any fitment issues with any length truck. It's located inside the frame up by the stock oil filter.

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Re: FINALLY!!! - Post Pump Filter Kit

Any installed pic's or directions yet?

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Re: FINALLY!!! - Post Pump Filter Kit

I would like to see pics and directions also. I have oil bypass lines and ccv drain tank in that area by the oil filter.This kit looks very nice!

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