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Fass Titanium Series Lift Pump 165GPH GM Duramax 6.6L 2011-2014

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The Titanium Series diesel fuel lift pump was engineered by FASS Fuel Systems to be the top performing, longest lasting and most reliable aftermarket filtration system in the diesel industry. Rated at 150 gallons per hour and backed by our limited lifetime warranty the Titanium Series lift pump is capable of supporting your GM Duramax 6.6L diesel engine with enough fuel for multiple fueling system upgrades. A Titanium Series lift pump also offers advanced filtration benefits that will help protect your Duramax’s injection systems, effectively extending the life of your Injection Pump and Injectors. These Benefits include an improved filtration rating of 3 Microns, a built in water separation filter and FASS Fuel Systems patented air/vapor removal process. Duramax diesel engines are known for having injector failure issues; this can be caused by several different factors and FASS Filtration Systems is designed to eliminate those that are fuel related.

2011-2014 Chevy

Moderate to Extreme HP (600-900 HP)

Availability: In stock

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    2011-2014 Duramax 150GPH Lift Pump Features: New Bolt On Bracket Installation Preset 8-10 PSI Fuel Pressure Complete Replacement Pump 150 Gallons Per Hour Flow Rating Removes Water, Air and Debris From Diesel Fuel 3 Micron Filtration Rating Protects and Extends The Life Of Your Injectors Improved Cold Weather Starts Decreases Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide Emissions ½ Inch Fuel Lines and Ports Fuel Mileage Improvement Improved Fuel Volume Delivery Smoother Engine Idle Optional Electric Heater Ports Optional Fuel Pressure Gauge Port Limited Lifetime Warranty 30,000 Mile Filter Life Expectancy Quietest Motor On The Market

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    Make Chevrolet,GMC
    Model 2500HD,3500HD
    Year 2011,2012,2013,2014

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