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lets talk BIG OIL please

so lookin to buy and I have some ?? .

1 what one is better? I have the all new pumps Terminator for 2595.00 or the stage II Stealth for 2399.00 and then the Swamps Gen3 for 1500.00.

2 what are the diferences or pros and cons to each ?
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your better off searching the subject, reading all the info and making a decision based on that. All your really gonna get here is "I love mine" and "it's better", and at the end of the day you'll be more confused than ever. You may want to call each to see if your more comfortable dealing with one of them more than the others.

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so lookin to buy and I have some ?? .

1 what one is better? I have the all new pumps Terminator for 2595.00 or the stage II Stealth for 2399.00 and then the Swamps Gen3 for 1500.00.

2 what are the diferences or pros and cons to each ?
Oh $hit....here we go!


Terminator: Excellent!
Stealth: Excellent!
Gen3: Good (heard good & bad)
Don't forget BTS: Very good!
(But, if were my money, I'd go with the Stealth pump )

Good luck...

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Full R-R Fuel System, Pre-& Post-pump filtration
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If you want a new Stealth twin pump here $1850: https://www.powerstrokenation.com/for...ad.php?t=16035

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If you want a new Stealth twin pump here $1850: https://www.powerstrokenation.com/for...ad.php?t=16035
Not a bad deal!

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Gen3 here. 30k miles and ZERO problems. Biggest pump on the market. You do have to relocate the fuel filter housing or delete it when using the pump. Very easy to install.

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your better off searching the subject, reading all the info and making a decision based on that. All your really gonna get here is "I love mine" and "it's better", and at the end of the day you'll be more confused than ever. You may want to call each to see if your more comfortable dealing with one of them more than the others.

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your better off searching the subject, reading all the info and making a decision based on that. All your really gonna get here is "I love mine" and "it's better", and at the end of the day you'll be more confused than ever. You may want to call each to see if your more comfortable dealing with one of them more than the others.
that is about all you get when you search also, that is why I thought I would ask for the pros and cons of each. but thanks anyways
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So I don't hi-jack, do you have a link to a how to for this
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Re: lets talk BIG OIL please

I would be interested in knowing the generalities of how each is designed.

Example: The Terminator uses two stock pumps that are mounted in *whatever* configuration, etc.

Would anyone care to summarize?
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