This ’12 Ram will be graced along with one of Fleece’s advanced products: its PowerFlo in-tank lift pump module. Developed as a direct replacement for the particular factory sending unit assembly—and with the goal of helping higher horsepower while sustaining quiet, air-free operation—the PowerFlo lift pump is revolutionary on multiple levels.
From a reliability perspective, the pump’s active fill up technology keeps air through ever infiltrating the gas system. From an functional standpoint, its in-tank style makes it less audible compared to external (chassis-mounted) lift penis pumps. From a performance standpoint, the machine employs two proven, OEM-style gerotor pumps, which give a combined flow of almost 170 gph at ranked pressure—enough to support 800-rwhp. Plus from an installation perspective, there are no holes in order to drill in the tank, simply no fuel lines to run, with no wires to splice. The particular install is as easy since it gets.
As the factory lift pump on this ’12 6. 7L Cummins was keeping up with the particular stock injectors and CP3 just fine (despite us operating aftermarket tuning aggressive sufficient to kill the 68RFE transmission), we have a goal associated with eventually matching the recently-installed S467 with a set of 100-percent over injectors and a stroker CP3. So , there was virtually no time like the present to lay the particular groundwork for our future, 750-rwhp endeavor by installing Fleece’s PowerFlo lift pump. Right after less than three hours associated with labor, the PowerFlo device was in place and the truck’s low-pressure fuel system experienced effectively been prepped for the pending injection system enhancements.
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