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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-05-2010, 11:35 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Fuel pressure spring

Drill your banjos out and add this spring, you won't go threw injectors after these mods.


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Re: Fuel pressure spring

100psi is to much fuel pressure it will cause the injectors not to operate correctly
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Re: Fuel pressure spring

The spring I use is a 60 psi spring


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Re: Fuel pressure spring

Where did you get the 60 psi spring? I just installed a fuel pressure gauge and at idle it sits at 54 psi and at fuel pedal on innovatives street tune it drops to almost 42 psi.

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Re: Fuel pressure spring

Just stretch the stock spring if you want more pressure.

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Re: Fuel pressure spring

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Just stretch the stock spring if you want more pressure.
Are you being serious? what is good fuel pressure and what is bad?

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Re: Fuel pressure spring

Yes he is serious...I did it to my spring before the full fuel system and the air dog II

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Re: Fuel pressure spring

i dont have a 6.0 but i put that fuel spring in my 7.3 and is doin just fine. got a little more pep

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Re: Fuel pressure spring

Per Ford's specs, minimum fuel pressure at WOT under load is 45psi. I have heard that anything over 70psi is bad on the injector o-rings in the 6.0

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