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Regulated Fuel Return questions

I am starting to looking into Reg fuel. I am torn between ITP's and Diesel Innovations kit. Is there anything that make one better than the other?

And in terms of performance what can i expect ?

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Re: Regulated Fuel Return questions

Never purchased one but the DI kit is a little lower in price last time I checked but Dennis does have a nice RR kit from all I've heard, bump...

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Smoother idle better starts fuel to all 8 injectors removes air in lines etc..

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Re: Regulated Fuel Return questions

Both are great companies and make a good product. Can't go wrong either way you go. Just comes down to where you want to spend your money. I put an ITP kit on my dad's truck about a year ago and I gotta say it fit great. I'm going to be putting one on my truck soon, just got to break down and spend the money.

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Both are great companies and make a good product. Can't go wrong either way you go. Just comes down to where you want to spend your money. I put an ITP kit on my dad's truck about a year ago and I gotta say it fit great. I'm going to be putting one on my truck soon, just got to break down and spend the money.
Yeah i am leaning towards the ITP kit from Dennis because ive done business with him before. I know what the regulated return does for the fuel system and the benefits but i am unsure of the benefits power wise or mpg?

I am just trying to decide if i should do an adrenaline or the Reg return. I just trying to get more reliable power and a little extra mpg.


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Yeah i am leaning towards the ITP kit from Dennis because ive done business with him before. I know what the regulated return does for the fuel system and the benefits but i am unsure of the benefits power wise or mpg?

I am just trying to decide if i should do an adrenaline or the Reg return. I just trying to get more reliable power and a little extra mpg.


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I'll make it a lil easier for you, if you like dealing with Dennis then by all means buy one of his kits. The quality and fitment of his kit is second to none.
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I can't comment on the DI kit, but I have the ITP kit and the fit and finish of all the parts was 100% perfect. I didn't have to alter anything in the entire kit to make it work on my engine. It was perfect.

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I'll make it a lil easier for you, if you like like dealing with Dennis then by all means buy one of his kits. The quality and fitment of his kit is second to none.
They both do the exact same thing.
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I can't comment on the DI kit, but I have the ITP kit and the fit and finish of all the parts was 100% perfect. I didn't have to alter anything in the entire kit to make it work on my engine. It was perfect.
That is great info, I cant wait till i get the kit.

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If I hadn't installed the BTS pumps, I would have went with ITP ( Better fit). Since I had to do alteration, I used DI kit. Works great was just easier to modify for my setup.

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How much mechanical ability is required to instal?

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