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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-23-2010, 05:01 AM Thread Starter
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what issues we looking at???

buddy of mine has a 2002 f350 with auto transmission(stock) all he has done to to the truck is a 5" exhaust and DIY intake hes ordering a 6 pos chip from TDP with economy,heavy tow,extreme,smoke,hi idle and no start. question i have is he going to have enough fuel to run these tunes he has a air dog stage 150 gph lift pump and a hellman sump neither were bought with the intent of this truck but hes more than likely gonna use them, and im sure its safe to safe hes gonna end up needing a new tranny as well down the road??? just curious of what you guys think of it all, thanks.
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Re: what issues we looking at???

he'll have enough fuel just make sure to do a regulated return and get rid of the dead head system, this will make it run smoother and not starve any injectors. trans lasting who knows, mine lasted 200k stock then 15k with an edge and another 10k with 300/80's and a 38r and 38" tires so ya never know there, valve body helps them last
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Re: what issues we looking at???

"just make sure to do a regulated return and get rid of the dead head system"

im gonna pull a noob here and ask what your talking about lol sorry
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pass side front of the head is a square brass fitting same as the driver side rear, tie those together and put a tee on that and run that back to the tank,

pass side head, run a line to the opposing driver side head, somewhere in the middle of the that line put a tee and go out the return line, which is the top hard line on the fuel bowl on the driver side, hope this helps
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i think i got it... ill see if i can find some pics somewhere of what your talking about but i got a pretty good idea im sure when the trucks in front of me ill have alot better idea of what ur talking about, thanks.
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not a problem, if you need any help this is the place for it.
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