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mod help for new ford owner

i was wondering if you have to have a aftermarket oil pump for stage one injector kit and whats the fuel pressure suppose to be on these trucks? i was thinking about getting a holly black for a pusher pump.
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Re: mod help for new ford owner

As far as fuel pressure goes each truck can be different but +/- 65 lbs
Is a good start. This is where a reg return like one from itp, di, or dieselsite etc comes in.

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Re: mod help for new ford owner

Most stage I injectors are typically sold as single shots. In comparison, stock injectors are splits. Split shot injectors are more oil hungry than singles. Your stage I's will probably run just fine on the stock HPOP.

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Re: mod help for new ford owner

Yep -- you'll actually GAIN oil pressue on the singles. As far as the fuel system, do the in-tank mods, and some type of cross-connect or RR. It makes a marked difference in getting air out of the fuel system, and should help with a bit more pressure as long as your stock pump is healthy. I personally don't think you need a lift pump, especially with just Stage 1s. There is a Walbro that you can add that will provide all the volume you need if yours is weak. And bolts right in place of the stocker. It's also cheaper.


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