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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-11-2007, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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ok guys i want to get a spare perf. lift pump and maybe an injection pump for my 02 what would give me the most bang for my buck i have 4'' banks exhaust pac brake and a afe cold air soon to come is 100 hp injectors and an edge juice w/tude
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a little help would be much appriciated fellas what are some common set ups
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I'm running the Wicked Diesel performer system and love it. Affordable and does a great job. Click the link in my sig and it will take you to the page.
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For that price you could buy a FASS

2000 CTD, HOT Juice w/Attitude, Smarty, Mach 2 injectors (105 HP), 4" exhaust, BHAF, SB Clutch, FASS 150 ARP 12mm studs, stage 3 snow kit.

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I have a FASS and it has been awesome for 3 years now, 20 at idle and never below 16 at WOT.

'01 xcab 4x4,Suncoast by Mike L. Goerend triple, edge III, AFE stage II, HTT 62/12, FASS, and other stuff
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I have the Eliminator from Wicked Diesels. I adjusted it to 15psi at idle. Its boost referenced so the more throttle you put down the more psi the pump kicks out. So far ive seen 40psi fuel at 30psi boost. Its a 200 gph pump capable of 70 psi and wont draw over 4 amps. FASS got nothing on it.
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fuel 40 psi i dont think thats to good

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fuel 40 psi i dont think thats to good
Isn't 20 max on the VP input side? Not below 10 PSI on the low side.
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you can go up to 25 psi but i wouldnt go anymore idleing and 14 on wot and try to keep it above 10 all the time

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you can go up to 25 psi but i wouldnt go anymore idleing and 14 on wot and try to keep it above 10 all the time
25psi on a VP44 is way too much. You will bust the diaphragm with that kind of pressure. I would never run anymore than 16-18psi and try to keep it above 10psi all the time.
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