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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-21-2019, 08:19 AM Thread Starter
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Fleece CP3K Kit compatible with GDP MK-2 Fuel Filter Kit

I am looking to add the following kit '10-'12 Dodge Ram 6.7L GDP MK-2 + Big Line Kit and wanted to make certain it would continue to fit if I was to add a fleece CP3K injection pump kit at a later date was curious if anyone has experience with clearance issues?

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What are you worried about clearing a cp3k is a modified stock cp3.
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When you add the fleece kit with the bracket and the second CP3K it sits higher toward the intake horn just wasn’t sure if it would clear the big line gdp filter kit
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Oh your talking about going to dual pumps? I didnt take it that way by your orginal post that you were adding a dual cp3 kit.
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Correct I wanted to make sure I didn’t have to take any steps backward if I was to go for bigger power in the future with dual pumps etc
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I should also mention that I already have an aftermarket intake horn a 4” banks unit which removes the throttle valve as well as I know the second CP3K unit isn’t compatible with a stock horn
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