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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-16-2007, 02:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hey whats up guys for the last couple mounths i have been having trouble with my fuel pump. i am just going to break down and buy a new one. write now i dont care what it is. Can you uys tell me what ones you guys recommend kinda give me an idea about whats on the market.
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lift pump or injection pump?

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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Blue Chip Diesels or if you have the cash I'd do a P7100 or if possible a P8500! I'm not for sure if that's even fiasble. (P8500)
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its the lifter pump
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I personally would just get a FASS and be done with it. Although many are having luck with a big line kit and a pusher pump of your liking.
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its the lifter pump

Your sig says you already have a FASS
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Aeromotive. Run an A1000, and a couple of aeromotive filter heads and filters. You'll also need a bypass regulator, so you aren't pushing too much pressure. Thats the way I would go. Or you could run a holley and do something similar, or GDP. The one thing I don't like about any of those set ups, is that it seems to take up a lot of space on the frame rail, and I don't know any better clever way to mount them. Maybe if you removed the stock lift pump and filter housing, you could make a custom bracket to hold everything in the engine compartment, I haven't really looked that closely at this stuff.

Other than that, RASP, or Bully dog I believe are your other options.
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