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Help with custom dual stock fuel pumps setup

I am interested in fabricating a dual OEM Bosch fuel pump fuel supply for my truck. I already have the 5/8 draw straw but haven't installed that yet. I have the Airdog 100 fuel preparator installed. I have the additional wiring harness for the 2nd Bosch pump ready to go.

I'm supplying a 38R turbo, 238/100 injectors, T-500 hpop, full regulated return with fuel bowl delete kit (ITP Diesel), 4 inch MBRP exhaust, ceramic coated turbo outlet, & DP tuner.

I'm looking for ideas on how to fabricate a bracket to hold both fuel pumps and where to mount this bracket.

If anyone has used dual OEM fuel pumps I would love to hear from you and see pictures!

Thanks a bunch,

Drake
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Re: Help with custom dual stock fuel pumps setup

What truck do you have, i.e. regular, excab or CC, 2x4 or 4x4, OBS or SD?

This determines if you can inside the frame mount or have to mount outside of the frame. My pump setup is mounted on a section of large C-channel that just fits between the frame flanges and clears the transfer case. Regular cab 4x4s would have to mount them elsewhere.
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I have a crew cab long box 4x2 srw.
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What truck do you have, i.e. regular, excab or CC, 2x4 or 4x4, OBS or SD?

This determines if you can inside the frame mount or have to mount outside of the frame. My pump setup is mounted on a section of large C-channel that just fits between the frame flanges and clears the transfer case. Regular cab 4x4s would have to mount them elsewhere.
Do you happen to have any pictures that you can share of your setup?

Thanks,
Drake
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Re: Help with custom dual stock fuel pumps setup

keeping my eye on this one

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Re: Help with custom dual stock fuel pumps setup

Easier to just run Walbro GSL 392.
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Easier to just run Walbro GSL 392.
what are the advantages of the walbro? also what are you looking to gain with dual bosch pumps?

i guess the idea is that 2 pumps work easier together than 1 by itself?

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Re: Help with custom dual stock fuel pumps setup

Two stocker will support up to 600 hp and are far more reliable then most of the other systems. Also have the advantage of possible limp home if one goes down.

Walbro is a a better pump for 400 and change rides IMHO.


There were a bunch of DIY fuel pics about a year or so ago.
Maybe search a bit.. DIY fuel, dual stock pumps etc..
One guy had a great bracket hard lines etc.
Was a work in progress and he rearranged filters etc...
But bolted on one piece.

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I am interested in fabricating a dual OEM Bosch fuel pump fuel supply for my truck. I already have the 5/8 draw straw but haven't installed that yet. I have the Airdog 100 fuel preparator installed. I have the additional wiring harness for the 2nd Bosch pump ready to go.

I'm supplying a 38R turbo, 238/100 injectors, T-500 hpop, full regulated return with fuel bowl delete kit (ITP Diesel), 4 inch MBRP exhaust, ceramic coated turbo outlet, & DP tuner.

I'm looking for ideas on how to fabricate a bracket to hold both fuel pumps and where to mount this bracket.

If anyone has used dual OEM fuel pumps I would love to hear from you and see pictures!

Thanks a bunch,

Drake
drake, your set-up is close to mine..I use the walbro and have no presure drop @WOT

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Two stocker will support up to 600 hp and are far more reliable then most of the other systems. Also have the advantage of possible limp home if one goes down.

Walbro is a a better pump for 400 and change rides IMHO.


There were a bunch of DIY fuel pics about a year or so ago.
Maybe search a bit.. DIY fuel, dual stock pumps etc..
One guy had a great bracket hard lines etc.
Was a work in progress and he rearranged filters etc...
But bolted on one piece.
I'm not sure I understand what you are meaning by "Walbro is a better pump for 400 and change rides". I assume the Walbro will handle up to 400 hp, but I don't understand the changes rides part of the comment.

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Drake
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