This kit works great from stock 90cc/0 injectors to how ever large you want to run. It is a kit that is for the DIY person wanting to convert their truck to an electric fuel pump system. Pump, regulator, and filters will need to be purchased.
There are quite a few other shops that build quality fuel pump/filter/regulator kits that will work great with this fuel line kit. All you need is some 1/2 inch 100psi minimum fuel rated hose/line from the customer supplied pump assembly up to the fuel distribution block, and your good to go.
You can also build your own pump setup if you like. We recommend using a stock Superduty Bosch pump for stock to 160/30 injectors, the AEM 400lph pump for mild built trucks for above 160/30 to 250/100 injectors, or the Fuelab Prodigy pumps for competition trucks running 300cc or larger, and we also recommend using Fuelab adjustable regulators.
For a more plug-n-play type fuel pump/filter setup we recommend the AirDog II 5G Fuel Pump as it has the filters and regulator built in, a lifetime warranty (as long as you turn in your receipt within 30 days of purchase), and is simple to install as all the legwork for finding fittings/adapters comes with the AirDog kit.
The only thing you need to do with the AirDog II 5G with an OBS is to cut off the mini fuse tap wire that is meant for the 99 and newer trucks to an ATO (regular) fuse tap for key-on power to send power to the supplied relay, and install the pump as directed by AirDog.
Note: The 99-03 7.3L line kits look much nicer installed with this fuel line kit with the factory bowl and pump eliminated.
It’s Recommended That You Use Loctite 545 On The Pipe Threaded Fittings During Install Or Gas (Ng Or Propane) Rated Teflon Base Paste. Or If You Are Very Careful, You Can Use Teflon Tape As Long As It Is Also Rated For Gas. It Is Critical You Do Not Get Any Tape Into The Fuel System During Install.