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Old 03-01-2014, 10:37 PM
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Default raptor fuel system installed on 02 cummins with in tank pump.

The in tank was a manufacture retrofit on these trucks



Kit comes with pump, lines, frame mounting bracket and sending unit kit to install new suction line.

Modding the sending unit took me longer then installing the rest of the kit.


New suction kinda cool machined part


Stock pump gutted from the unit and new suction installed. ready to go back in the tank.


Decided to pull the bed.

Bracket installs easy. But I don't like that it hangs down


Pump is adjustable for pressure and is running in the 17-19 range as advertised. The stock pump was 4psi at idle. This pump upgrade is an attempt to save the VP 44 injection pump

In this photo my daughters holding the rrrrs at 2k


Truck has deeper tone now
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Very cool set up. Looking at doing a similar set up on my 88 F350 cummins swap.

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