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Fuel System?

I have 06 F-250 with 4.5" lift and 35's, SCT from DJ, gauges and 4" exhaust; will a fuel system give me any extra power or fuel milage without injectors? I want a system that will look good under the hood also. I have looked at elite's stage 1, LIPD's stage 1, and DJ's fuel intensifyer. I like the look of LIPD's the best, but it is not just for looks. I am sure they all work very well but what would the for my set up? If i keep the truck long enough I may get injectors but not anytime soon. Please help me make a decision.

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Yes a fuel system will give you some power but the main job for it with stock injectors is to make them last longer. It maintains fuel pressure at constant instead of spiking and dropping. I have Djs and love it. Gave me a lot better low end. Any body's system will work but if it has stainless braided lines they will all look cool. Ryan

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but if it has stainless braided lines they will all look cool. Ryan
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yea, it helps, like stated saves stock injectors

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http://www.itpdiesel.com/store.php?c...on=show_detail That is the new fuel system from ITP and it removes there rear head bolts so it is a flow through design. it is one sweet setup. Just thought you might want to think about going down that route.
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The problem with that one is it still uses banjo bolts. Get rid of those restrictions, and use a system with 90 degree elbows. Just my .02
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The ITP system looks like LIPD's system. I was going to get DJ's but I was looking around and finalizing my decision when I found LIPD's, and I liek the looks of there's better. It looks like they are all going to have about the same functionality with different looks and prices. I am still up in the air on which one to get.

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I have DJ's as well, and love it. Great addition to the truck. It spools faster than it used too, runs smoother, and gained some bottom end. Also the MPH in the 1/4 mile went up so I know it added top end as well.
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The main differences between lipd's system is a true regulated return system and dj's only feeds the front of the heads. I personally run lipd's system and can say it works great. Jason

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