More than me......................1 psi or more.weebz90 said:what kind of psi should it be running?
Diesel Nut said:You can get air from fuel sloshing around in the tank. The nice thing about a FASS . . . .
If you can afford it do both. If the stock pump is working fine, then the BD kit mounts an addition pump on the framerail and feeds the stock LP and the stock LP should not have a failure issue because it is not sucking fuel. Pumps are made to push, not pull, so when subjected to a negative pressure, they are overworked.
At 102k miles, I had to replace the lift pump for the 2nd time. This time, I went with a Carter, mounted on the frame next to the tank. Now at 160k miles, I am still pushing 18 - 16 - 14 psi. I have an EZ on level 3 and stock injectors.99MTNRAM said:I didnt mean replace the lift pump, but add one to the frame by the tank.
Yeah getting a pump nearer the source will go a long ways. As stated before, pumps are more effective pushing than pulling so the less pulling they have to do the happier and longer they live. I believe the O.E. pump is actually a carter as well, its just mounted in a bad location and isn't designed to run enough pressure. Even the new in-tank relocation kits aren't that great, from what I've seen and heard they don't put out as much pressure as I would want my truck to be running.Firestorm said:At 102k miles, I had to replace the lift pump for the 2nd time. This time, I went with a Carter, mounted on the frame next to the tank. Now at 160k miles, I am still pushing 18 - 16 - 14 psi. I have an EZ on level 3 and stock injectors.