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Old 09-28-2012, 08:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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P7100 fuel psi gauge??

I want to make sure I have full pressure on my inj pump. Would consider raptor pump plus fuel psi gauge. Most of the write-ups are 24v due to their inj pump fuel pressure issue. Please point me in the right direction for correct fuel psi on 12v!!
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Old 09-28-2012, 09:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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At idle it should be 17-22 psi and at 2500 rpm no load should be 25 and up I believe. It shouldn't go down with higher RPMs.

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Naw 12v is supposed to see upward of 35 psi. This leaves a lot of room I'm wondering if truck is running good or anemic without gauge though


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No those numbers are minimums. Mine idles around 30 and goes up to around 40 at some times. Around 30 is best

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Old 09-29-2012, 06:08 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Cool may I get some advice on your pump/gauge setup for it?


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Sorry I didn't get back to this earlier lol. I was on the dyno. But anyhow I just have a carquest 100 psi oil pressure gauge hooked up to a 1/8in npt needle valve with male and female ends, drilled and tapped into the banjo bolt on the pump

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tons of fun looking behind the brake parts and mapping out what I wanna do but I will start with LarryB's fuel gauge kit PLUS adjustable ofv.

I've had a hard time figuring out how to do a lift pump delete (like put it on a shelf delete). I don't care for the idea of installing a FASS/Airdog with all the redundancy
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If you have mechanical lift pump get the tork tek ofv 020 adjustable.

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I have mine set to idle at 55 and with the adjustable regulator it goes up with boost from there. But my setup is overkill for most.
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Isn't that much bad for the seals? Or is it a built pump

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Isn't that much bad for the seals? Or is it a built pump

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IIRC, he's got a built pump. I run constant 40 psi to mine.

And OP, to delete the lift pump you need a block off plate from a Big Block Chevy (around $10) to cover the hole in the block where the lift pump was. Then just run the Raptor straight to your IP, and splice a filter in somewhere.


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Is there a difference between Larry's/torktek's ofv versus the one on my pump that has a bolt also going in it?

My kit is in the mail but DDP said my kit isn't going to do much/anything this afternoon. I'm wondering if it will sit on the shelf when it gets here


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