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Old 05-10-2014, 08:39 AM
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02 fuel pump

I'm looking for verification on a 255lpm pump for my 02 F250, I believe they are all about the same in these trucks and was going to use a walbro 342 pump. I'll be procharging the V10 to cure it's altitude sickness

Also is the stock pressure regulator ok with the higher volume pump?

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Will the stock regulator even increase 1:1 with boost?
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The fuel regulators wont work with boost. you will have to gut it and use the one that comes with the procharger. They also have them aftermarket, there just preset ones.
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The fuel regulators wont work with boost. you will have to gut it and use the one that comes with the procharger. They also have them aftermarket, there just preset ones.

Are you referring to a FMU? I was hoping for a Boost referenced regulator. Not a preset unit that just increases fuel pressure to overcome injectors that are too small. Ideally a Boost referenced regulator that increases fuel pressure 1:1 with boost.

But I cannot find an adapter that lets me remove the current FPR and install an adapter to send fuel to a Boost referenced regulator.
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