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is the stock replacement fass fuel pump any good? it comes with a 4 yr warranty and im wondering what it puts out for psi
 

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IMO---i wouldn't get the stock replacement...if anything get the HPFP from them...that way you have a dang good pump, but you still use your factory fuel filter housing and all...
 

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All the DDRP it supose to do is replace the stock carter thats it nothing more or else. If you ever are going to go over the stock power level, then go ahead and spend the money and get a stand alone pump like the raptor or the HPFP. Or if you if you want to spend the extra money you can go with a filter system from fass or pureflow. either way that you go you can go wrong with the stand alone or full filter system. :thumbsup:
 

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The DDRP has been a good seller for us int he shop. We have done many installs and yet to ahve a single warranty issue.

Most idle at around 18-21 psi at initial and settle down to around 16-18psi after that. This of course depends on line size, if you run a DrawStraw and if you are using a big line kit (filter to injection pump).

Some of these pumps seem to be able to hold pressure to support 100HP injectors if the entire line system is replaced, the pump is relocated and a DrawStraw is used.

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Most idle at around 18-21 psi at initial and settle down to around 16-18psi after that. This of course depends on line size, if you run a DrawStraw and if you are using a big line kit (filter to injection pump).

Some of these pumps seem to be able to hold pressure to support 100HP injectors if the entire line system is replaced, the pump is relocated and a DrawStraw is used.

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not to say anything bad about ya'll, but to me if someone were to replace the fuel lines from the tank to the VP why not just get a stand alone pump and be done with it?

i can see the DDRP if you keep the truck 100% stock, but that's about it....i don't know, just my opinion on the matter...
 

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not to say anything bad about ya'll, but to me if someone were to replace the fuel lines from the tank to the VP why not just get a stand alone pump and be done with it?

i can see the DDRP if you keep the truck 100% stock, but that's about it....i don't know, just my opinion on the matter...
I completely agree that there are better (more expensive) options out there. But some guys want a "stock replacement pump" only.

My point is, that with some basic upgrades to that pump, we see much better performance out of them.

Besides, we use much better quality fuel lines than comes with the kits out there. So the customer gets a double upgrade. In fact, even with the other kits that have the fuel lines, we throw out their line and use the better stuff for any install done in the shop. It's just the right way to do things.

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i have a ddrp on my 99 with a edge comp and i have 18 psi idle and 9 wot and really like it. but i'm not planning on doing anything else to my truck so it is good for me. and alot less expensive than the full system.
 
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