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Old 12-06-2012, 12:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Melody Guzman View Post
There is only one and a half or two inches between the fuel bowl/filter and the mechanical pump. I was worried that if I intercepted the flow before it reaches the high pressure side of the mechanical pump; A. The pressure would be reduced below specifications and B.The diaphragm pump might become damaged by the hotter and thicker oil. From the high pressure side fuel flows through a tee(banjo bolt) and into the rails. Almost set on the fuel bowl/mechanical pump deletion(I have most of the parts, though I am working on converting a Blue Bird Bus as well and could use the Bosch pump on that if a miracle of enlightenment made the bowl/mech pump deletion unnecessary)Please check out my poorly labeled thread(no mention of wvo), I don't want to hijack or post inappropriately.
See my links above for $40 PSD replacement fuel pump w/lifetime warranty.
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