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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-09-2010, 10:55 PM Thread Starter
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So i have been on about every night this week lookin for an diy electric fuel system, i have found one that i could get the best prices on.

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Here is what I used for my frame mounted filtration setup.

If you look on fleetfilter.com the wix version of 7.3 sd filter is rated at 7 microns. Most aftermarket filter systems have a 10-12 micron prefilter and a 2micron post filter.

Here's an order I placed from filter 1 with prices and part #s. purchases over $50 from filter 1 get free shipping.
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This is the system that i am gonna try to make from tank on a fuel system build thread.

i was also wondering what do i do with the top of the motor with the fuel bowl and stuff like that.

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Re: electric fuel

delete it just remove it with the pre and post fileters you will not have any use for it. You are doing a full regulated return sys right? or are you just adding the filters?

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Re: electric fuel

what do i have to have to make it an reg return

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Re: electric fuel

You still need hose and fittings. You should get regulator and gauge.


Delete the Bowl. Do a search for fuel bowl delete or removal.

Do you plan on adding larger injectors? what is your goals for this engine?
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Re: electric fuel

here is some reading for ya:

Powerstroke Nation - View Single Post - FUEL SITUATION

any other questions just ask

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You still need hose and fittings. You should get regulator and gauge.


Delete the Bowl. Do a search for fuel bowl delete or removal.

Do you plan on adding larger injectors? what is your goals for this engine?
i would like to get some diy injectors from rosewood ill see around tax time. its a daily driver i just wanna see what i can make of it.

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If i was gonna by a electric fuel system what one would you buy.

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http://beansdieselperformance.com/st...d&productId=34

thats the one i would buy for me.

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i gotta 00 250 not an obs

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If i was gonna by a electric fuel system what one would you buy.
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i gotta 00 250 not an obs
Read the first quote in this post. I am only answering to that quote.

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