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Is it necessary to use a regulator, if you are using a Holley blue on 2nd gen dodge? it seems they are max pressure of 14 psi. thanks.
 

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no regulator needed. are you running that pump alone or in conjunction with the stock pump? i wouldnt recomend running that deal at all. its a temporary bandaid for a problem. your better off with a fuel system like airdog,fass.eliminator,glacier
 

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I second that, don't waste your money go ahead and buy an airdog. It may be more initially, but will save you a ton in the long run
 

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I third pitching the Blue before you buy it. I went down that road and got a few months out of it before the pressure got flaky and started to worry me(the blue didn't like cold thick winter diesel). I ended up buying another factory pump and just relocated it to under the bed(I carry 19 at idle and 14 at wide open throttle) and it's alot cheaper than the other route
 

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Run the blue. Just be sure to sand down the bypass plunger and barrel and you'll be fine. Got a buddy running one for the last 6 years with no problems and I've run one for years with no issues.
 

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Ive ran my holley blue for 3 years with no issues... no regulator and in line with the stock LP, Im seeing 20 psi but it will pull down to 15.

Unfortunately Im going to 1/2" lines so I picked up a AirDog 150 and the holley will be on its way out.... best 100 spent!!
 

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I have been running the blue with my set-up for about a 1 1/2 years and have had no problems! I think it has been the best bang for the buck so far! Runs great and keeps steady pressure!
 
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