DevilDogDiesel· Cummins CrAzY
Well I'm about to do the same thing. .093 is a 3/32 you need a long drill bit I found mine @ fastenal I also got 1/16 and 5/64 to go in steps since I didnt know what the OE size is.
I know for a FACT Van Haisley wont put something on someones truck just to make a buck. I am not saying every application needs over sized lines and connector tubes. But at the end of the day if I edge someone out by a 1/2 inch and I have them and he doesnt was it worth it? Every truck is different not all trucks will respond the exact same way to the same parts. Thats why we have to all experiment and find out what works for us. :thumbsupSure there is. People THINK they need bigger tubes and lines. People THINK they help. Thus, if people THINK they need these things, then the market is gonna supply them regardless of whether or not they work.
Ah... A glass half empty kind of guy. :w:I'm betting that you could chalk that 1/2" up to a lot more than connector tubes.
I have been told the exact same thing, and I tried it and I believe. All I am going to say is... Come pull/race your daily driver against mine!! :T:not to choose sides or cause problems but ive had a couple injector makers tell me to run bigge tubes to their injectors. Even Mike the maker of the monster pump told me to run at least .093 with his injectors and its a must with his pump and injectors. just my .o2
Good excuse! :T:If my pump wasn't screwed I'd be happy to race ya. That, and if you didn't live 1000 miles away. :lol3: