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View Poll Results: 12v or 24v
12v 19 70.37%
24v 8 29.63%
Voters: 27. This poll is closed

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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 06-06-2009, 11:18 PM
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24v p-pumped, or 12v.

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my buddie just got a 24v and he got the edge juice with attitude and the only thing I hear now is the fuel pressure alarm going off for 1 psi or 2 go with a 12 valve although I do like the newer interior of the 24v and the better brakes.

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Originally Posted by 6.0brianDRW View Post
thanks for all the replies. i decided to go with a 12v. i wonder, has anyone ever tried to put one in a smaller vehicle like a ranger/dakota/s-10?
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IF I HAD TO DO IT AGAIN . . . . 12 V

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