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The service manual says: "Fuel volume from the fuel transfer (lift) pump will always provide more fuel than the fuel injection pump requires."

At what point in modifications does this become false?

(Basically I'm looking for an official reason to spend some $$ on a FASS pump.)

Thanks for the thoughts...
 

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Just tell the better half that I said you need it. LOL :gr_patrio
 

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Hehe. Yeah, it's just a matter of time now. I'm wondering though if it will void the warrantee? I kinda think it would... if so, that sucks if I'd have to wait.
 

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Check your lift pump fuel pressure. Anything less than 10 psi idle is too low, buy yer pump.
 

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BUy the pump and you'll never have to go through the warranty over the lift pump or the fuel distributer.
 
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