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Umm hey!

I installed my fuel sytem tonight. Started the truck up and it ran. Test it out w/ the big program this week sometime with the fuel pressure gauge. So far w/ the stock tuning it stays at 58.

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What pump did you put in it?

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RockinJW setup minus the 5/8ths intank tube.

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I used the rockinjw setup... the idea works great. and plus you can always limp home on one pump if you had to, I think its a great idea for a pump setup
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Let us know how it works with the big tunes in it. Mine pressures never dropped a single psi, with the SHO's or B-codes
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I used the rockinjw setup... the idea works great. and plus you can always limp home on one pump if you had to, I think its a great idea for a pump setup
Hell I can still whoop azz with a single I was maintaining over 50 psi @ wot...

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Let us know how it works with the big tunes in it. Mine pressures never dropped a single psi, with the SHO's or B-codes
Sure will. I'm using the stock pickup so we'll see how she goes. since I've welded 3/4" nuts to my bed bolts, taking them out to get access to the tank is no sweat

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plus you can always limp home on one pump if you had to
you wouldn't have to limp home at all. even with one pump dead the other will supply both heads just like it did from the factory. if one pump fails, it will perform just like it did stock.

I'm running one new pump and the original (134,000 miles) and system works great
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so whats this system yall speak highly of???
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Sounds like 2 stock pumps ran in parallel. One pump feeding each head.

Am I right?

I just put a Walbro in my truck and it's holding 64psi with my B codes, I just hope the pump lasts for more than 30K miles.

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Re: Umm hey!

One line, split, into both pumps, join again, up to your fuel bowl/filter/etc whatever your setup is.

I was able to install mine just behind the stocker and only had to drill one hole and it mounted almost flush, but is held in with the 2 other lines so it's not going anywhere.

If someone needs it, I could measure all of the hoses, and put a kit together for the price of parts only so all you have to do is buy another pump....

I seriously went to the hardware store, bought 2 sets of each...
3/8ths Tee fitting w/ 5/16ths holes.
two 5/16 by 1/8" street elbow
three 5/16's by 1/8" barbed fittings

Put them all together with thread tape and used 5/16'ths reinforced rubber hose rated for 60 psi with hose clamps.

I'll draw up a diagram.

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