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My weekend project.

Discussion in '04.5-05 LLY' started by SEA04DMAX, May 5, 2008.

  1. SEA04DMAX

    SEA04DMAX Recruit

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    Well i installed the gm 6.5L Lift Pump and micron filter setup today. I uses all 1/2 inch fittings and hose also i fabbed up a custom braket. I will post some pictures later. The Rail Pressure holds at 21,000 @ 2900us, I would say that is good enough for me. That tune sends the tires to smoke when it shifts into 2nd.:twisted:

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  2. RI Chevy Silveradoman

    RI Chevy Silveradoman At your service Staff Member Moderator

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  3. WeedNemesis

    WeedNemesis A Weed's Worst Nightmare

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    Looks good. Does it go: Tank -> Lift Pump -> Filter or am I backwards? Also were you having trouble keeping the CP3 fed or is it more for insurance?
     
  4. SEA04DMAX

    SEA04DMAX Recruit

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    It comes from the tank to the pump , filter, then to the line that feeds the engine. I was losing rail pressure on bigger tunes and the filter is just an insurance policy.
     
  5. pc_renaud

    pc_renaud Member

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    What was the cost on the lift pump and where did you get it?
     
  6. Tow Master

    Tow Master New Member

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    Huh it looks like a good idea! If you just wanted more fuel pressure why did you add the filter?

    Good idea though! Its definatly cheaper than doing twins. IIRC the inline pump was like $100?
     
  7. SEA04DMAX

    SEA04DMAX Recruit

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    I bought the pump for 140.00 but the pump can be had at your local auto parts for 50.00. I bought the pump from Kennedy because i wanted the 1/2 inch fittings that came with it.
     
  8. DEERE3594

    DEERE3594 I welcome everyone...not just Penguins!

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    I never knew that you Duramax guys used 6.5 parts. Very neat!
     

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