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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-26-2011, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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Thinking about PPE or Raptor feeding stock fuel pump

Doing a powermax, 175's and a regulated return on a friends f350, now to figure out fuel pump(s). He wanted to save a few $$$ buying a PPE or a Raptor and putting it in front of the stocker. Will this work out well with the 175's or just spend some money on an AD2?

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Re: Thinking about PPE or Raptor feeding stock fuel pump

It depends, I havent heard anything good really about the ppe pumps, the raptor is pretty over priced and it isnt the greatest quality either its similar design to the ppe, but thats just me. I personally wouldn't bother with a AD2 either (yeah yeah yeah everyone thinks its gods gift to the 6 liter), I'd go for the AD150 so just in case the stocker or the air dog dies youre not stranded.

If you have a healthy stock pump I would throw an Aeromotive A1000 or a fuel lab in front of the stock over anything else because its cheaper than the AD150 but the Ad will give much better filtration
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Finally! Someone that isn't peddling the AD or fass as the "only" option.
Thanks I will look up those pumps, I liked the raptor kit as it comes with all the parts needed to work with the 6.0 fuel system.


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Re: Thinking about PPE or Raptor feeding stock fuel pump

well, there are plenty of options, everyone has their own ideas, some may disagree with me but thats their problem.

I was also tinkering the idea of using a fuel sump for my stock pump, my stock pump is healthy and eliminating the pump from having to draw fuel through the top of the tank then push it to the regulator, I feel like the stocker would be able to feed 175's maybe even 190's. Thats what Ill be trying first!
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You going to be trying this soon? We are doing the injectors and rr in two or three weeks. Hmmm I forgot about a sump.


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Re: Thinking about PPE or Raptor feeding stock fuel pump

The luck I've had lately, thats a big no! I cant risk my truck being down at all until next summer when I have some time and more money.

A sump from Truck Source Diesel is $160 make some lines from the sump to the stock pump and give it a go, I bet you'd be able to keep up no problems. I see this being no problem especially with proof that Stonepusher on here is running 225's with a stock pump with a RR and stock turbo with custom tuning from Truck source diesel and running a solid constant 55psi down the drag strip.

Let us know how it goes
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