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RR, Bowl Delete, Pump Serious Confusion...

ok I'm about to pull the trigger on a regulated return. Not a big deal, I'm also going to tackle the bowl delete, also not a big whoop. What is confusing the ____ out of me is the pump deal....I understand you have to have a post pump. If I am understanding correctly, this post pump IS NOT A FUEL SYSTEM (like the air dog and fass etc that goes on the frame rail). Is that correct? If that is correct, can I also put a fuel system on it. Is it compatible with the rr and bowl delete and post pump? Please help clear my mind, I tend to over think a little
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Re: RR, Bowl Delete, Pump Serious Confusion...

I think you mean post pump filter. Do the hutch mod, 25 micron pre pump filter/water separater, stock pump (2 in parallel if need be), 2 micron post pump filter, regulated return. Done
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Re: RR, Bowl Delete, Pump Serious Confusion...

I'm just confused about what pumps I need. I totally understand rr and bowl delete, I just don't know what pump I need and why, I wanted to also get a fuel system such as airdog, I didn't know if this was the kind of pump they were referring too.
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Air dog and fass are junk. Stock Bosch pumps are great, reliable pumps. If you plan on making more than 500 or so horse you'll prolly need 2 of them.
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Re: RR, Bowl Delete, Pump Serious Confusion...

don't make it harder than it has to be, we just did one where we disconnected at the quick connect, ran a hose to the filters mounted up by the battery/intake box, then to head. off the regulator for the return to the quick connect held on with hose clamps. very simple

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Re: RR, Bowl Delete, Pump Serious Confusion...

Yea I tend to make things harder than they are supposed to be. So last call,

I buy the rr.

I buy the bowl delete

I buy the post pump filter

That's it? I install all that and all is good right?
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What size injectors? A simple frx with hutch mod might do exactly what you need. Also you can run a RR with the fuel bowl
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Re: RR, Bowl Delete, Pump Serious Confusion...

Still have stock injectors, that will be the next step.
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Yea I tend to make things harder than they are supposed to be. So last call,

I buy the rr.

I buy the bowl delete

I buy the post pump filter

That's it? I install all that and all is good right?
Like bruce51 says, you should also get a prepump filter (between the tank and pump).
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Re: RR, Bowl Delete, Pump Serious Confusion...

you may want to build your own kit but you can get an idea what you need from this list

before pump
Driven Diesel Fuel Tank / Pre-Pump Kit


keep your stock pump in place until you decide on what injector you want..

after pump
Driven Diesel Post Pump Fuel Filter Kit

then use what ever regulated return you wish..

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