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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-07-2018, 01:34 AM Thread Starter
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Stock fuel system with dual Bosch fuel pumps and hybrids

Hey ya'll just checking to see if anyone is running the stock fuel system with dual OE Bosch fuel pumps with hybrids? If so have you had any issues? If you can list your injector size is and what PSI you see at WOT. The reason I am asking is I can actually pick up a stock SD fuel system and new OEM Bosch pumps for next to nothing vs $1000+ for a complete kit. Just would have to get a draw straw or sump (I only have one tank so no selector valve anymore). Would be putting it on my 97 OBS 7.3 with 250cc hybrids (really detuned right now of course lol).

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Re: Stock fuel system with dual Bosch fuel pumps and hybrids

been considering twin pumps myself. this is a good question but i guess the ones that have done it havent seen this post yet.
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Re: Stock fuel system with dual Bosch fuel pumps and hybrids

That's because nobody runs the stock deadhead system.....
DIY regulated return with dual pumps, if needed.

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Re: Stock fuel system with dual Bosch fuel pumps and hybrids

79 jasper .....i run the fuel rail cross over kit 7.3L Diesel Fuel Rail Crossover? (FRx) 99-03 Powerstroke and gutted the fuel fittings on the heads, or are you talking about the fpr with filter housing delete style?
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Re: Stock fuel system with dual Bosch fuel pumps and hybrids

Indeed.
Running aftermarket regulator with return. Theoretically you could keep the stock filter, but better to delete it and run spin-ons.

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1994 ford F350 dually 4X4: 7.3 powerstroke, 5 speed. 6637, straight pipe into dual stacks. Cooper discoverer at/3's.
2010 Jetta TDI 40 or so mpg :flippa:
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