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  1. I spent quite a bit of time searching for the correct belt for a Mechman alternator install. What belt are you running on your small pulley high performance alternator? THANKS!
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    Quadzilla or lift pump first?

    That's the sump I'm running.
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    Quadzilla or lift pump first?

    Thanks for the pics. How much fuel gets sent to the return? What is the temp of the fuel being dumped by the return? What is the temp where diesel fuel is no longer safe?
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    Quadzilla or lift pump first?

    WOW! I just spent some time researching and there is some serious pseudo science going on with regards to fuel cooling. People arguing about BTU's, viscosity, volume, etc etc. Nothing of what I read had any real hard evidence backing up anything ... just wild claims and people pointing to the fact that fuel coolers exist. Know what else exists? The tornado fuel saver, fuel rail magnets, engine ionizers ... This reminds me of the trans fluid to lubricate injectors debate ... it all started when farmers started getting caught with red fuel on roadside inspections (aka running non-taxed off road diesel in their on road vehicles). An easy way to get out of trouble was to say you were running transmission fluid and that wasn't the die they put in non-taxed off road diesel. And then the game of telephone started .... I'm not saying fuel temperature is something that needs to be addressed, I'm just saying if anyone has any evidence/fact based information it would make my personal research a lot easier.
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    Quadzilla or lift pump first?

    Got any information on fuel heating?
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    Quadzilla or lift pump first?

    In tank pump here too. I went the tank sump route and have my send and return at the sump.
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    Quadzilla or lift pump first?

    If my Fuel Boss ever fails for any reason (belt, pump failure, etc) my factory lift pump takes over and I get a warning light and I'm never left on the side of the road.
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    Time for a clutch

    Truck is stock for now. I'm researching the most reliable way to meet my 400-500 hp goal and I'm conservative and tend to over build for reliability. This comes from my time building racecars. Light weight, high strength, low cost; pick 2. I'll probably end up building a truck capable of handling 700+ and feed it a diet of 450ish. At least that is the track record I have so far. I have driven and built a number of multi-disc clutches over the years. The shift quality remains OE in all of them; however the clutch tends to grab right away ... There is no slipping a clutch in traffic to keep you out of the guy in front of you's trunk. If the rear main seal isn't leaking I'll leave it be. Thanks for your help everyone. BTW, clutch is already here.
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    Time for a clutch

    The twin disc ... Called them up on the phone. I'm thinking I should replace the rear main seal while I'm in there. Anything else I should look at?
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    Time for a clutch

    Clutch & hydraulics ordered from DAP. Thanks for your help everyone.
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    Time for a clutch

    So I still need to get a slave and master? Or this part replaces those?
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    Time for a clutch

    Diesel Auto power is a sponsor? Then I'll order it from them. Dap lists a southbend heavy duty hydraulic assembly. Is that the master and slave?
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    Time for a clutch

    Who is DAP?
  15. The clutch is slipping so it's time to upgrade. It's so bad I hope I make it home. Which online store has good customer service and sells southbend clutches?
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