2005-2009 DODGE CUMMINS 5.9L AND 6.7L ADJUSTABLE DIESEL FUEL LIFT PUMP 100GPH
CUMMINS ADJUSTABLE HIGH PERFORMANCE LIFT PUMP FEATURES:
- Whisper Technology
- Adjustable Fuel Pressure 1-20 PSI
- Includes Bulkhead and Suction Tube Kit
- High Performance 100GPH
- Improves Fuel Flow
- Boost Compensation Port
- Built In Fuel Pressure Gauge Port
- All Mounting Hardware Included
This is a fuel pump only and must be used with your factory fuel filter. It is suggested that all pumps be adjusted only if you have installed a fuel pressure gauge, for questions please contact our technical support team.
FASS FUEL SYSTEMS SIGNATURE SERIES ADJUSTABLE DIESEL FUEL LIFT PUMP 100GPH 2005-2009 DODGE CUMMINS 5.9L AND 6.7L (FAS D07 100G)
Our FASS Fuel Systems Signature Series Adjustable Diesel Fuel Pumps are designed to be the most versatile high performance fuel pump on the market that allows for adjustable fuel pressures to meet the demand of high performance Dodge Cummins 5.9L and 6.7L applications.
Manufactured with the same motor used in our Titanium Signature Series pumps, this adjustable fuel pump is rated at 100 gallons of diesel fuel per hour and offers adjustable fuel pressure from 1-20 PSI to customize fuel delivery for race or competition diesel engines. To aid in proper performance we built in a boost compensation port, air pressure from your intake manifold raises fuel pressures while under full throttle, maintaining fuel pressure when it matters most.
This kit includes a FASS STK-1002 (Bulkhead and Suction Tube Kit). Machined from 6061 T-6 Billet Aluminum, the Bulkhead fitting functions as both a suction tube and return and features a 5/8 inch Suction Tube along with a ½ inch Fuel Return Port. This new and improved version from our previous Suction Tube Kit allows the user to plum their FASS return line directly to their bulkhead fitting, eliminating all cutting of the filler neck, and significantly speeds up the installation process. The pickup tube is fabricated of PTFE Teflon which can be easily cut to adapt to different depth of fuel tanks. Properly installed, you can safely operate down to about 1/8 tank of fuel.