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Trying to get all the part numbers together and such so I can build my fuel system.

The way I've got it figured I'm going to use the Napa # 3405 (Fleetgaurd FS1212) water seperator pre pump. Then Napa # 3674 2 micon filter post pump. Does that sound right?
 

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Thanks Dennis, funny you should mention the short version because I just came across that and will be using it as well.

Any ideas on what the part number for the dual inlet/outlet filter head is? Can't seem to track that down.
 

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I dont know the part numbers but thats what I have and the dual filter heads... I just need to take the time to install it all... And I guess I need to buy dennis delete kit...
 

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Thanks Tom, I've looked over your pictures numerous times. My system will be quite a bit like yours, with the exception of the high performance pump. I've thought about doing the fuel heater but I'm not sure if I will...
 

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I dont think a fuel heater is nessasary unless in Extream temps... I'm not going to have one...
 

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For $75-$80 a fuel heater aint a real bad idea it gets down into the single digits regularly in the winter time im going to put one in before winter hits.

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If you use that same filter head prepump you can always add a heater later if you decide you need one too. I think they even come in two wattages and have a built in thermostat.

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Trying to get all the part numbers together and such so I can build my fuel system.

The way I've got it figured I'm going to use the Napa # 3405 (Fleetgaurd FS1212) water seperator pre pump. Then Napa # 3674 2 micon filter post pump. Does that sound right?
You need napa # 4770 for the dual inlet/outlet aluminum bases. The shorter (7" long) 2 micron filter is Napa 3528. I use these same bases and filters.

Here's a pic of my setup on my OBS
 

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HP Junky
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I will be using napa #3528 2 micron filter as my post filter and napa # 3638 as my pre-pump water seperator.

Thanks for the help guys
 

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What is the ID of your smallest connector / adapter in the system?
 

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What about bio diesel? What kind of line should I use for bio?
 

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Could you run the Napa #3405 that is a 2 micron filter/water seperator before the filter and call it good? or do you realy need another 2 micron filter after the pump?

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I was afarid that the 2 micron pre filter would be to restrictive, so I'm going with the 30 micron water seperator then into the 2 mic filter after the pump.
 

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Having a good filter post pump also protects the injectors from any pump debris.

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Okay, whats teh best way to go about wiring this second pump in? Does it need a seperate realy and wiring? Or is the factory wiring sufficient enough to support both pumps?
 

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I would probably run BOTH pumps off a relay with larger wire to, directly to the battery or a power distribution block. Trigger the relay with the factory wiring so it's still PCM controlled.
 
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