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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-04-2006, 02:22 AM Thread Starter
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injection pump- stock or aftermarket

I got a 2002 Ram 2500 4x4, crew cab.... its have some stuff done to it already when i bought it like a scotty air intake, 4in magnaflow exhaust, leveling kit, 315/75/16s. I plan on trying to make decent power with it and my injection pump is on the way out. should i go with a stock one or and aftermarket one with a better fuel pump. im new to the diesel scene so any advise is helpful. i was looking at this injection pump from scheid diesel. ( google it because it wont let me at a url) sorry
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Go with the Scheid's or an Industrial Injection pump and make sure you replace the lift pump with a better unit. Gauges are a must also. At the very least get a fuel pressure gauge so you will know if the lift pump is dead or dying before it fries your injection pump again.

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Try some Marvel Mystery Oil for a few tanks. Not saying it'll solve your problem but mine seemed to act better after it.
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