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just wanted to check an see if anyone has done this or heard of this ........putting larger diameter fuel tubes from the injection pump to the injectors.....somewhere in the neighborhood of .093 diameter...supposedly makes the truck have a loping sound .....does anyone know of any drawbacks/downfalls

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just wanted to check an see if anyone has done this or heard of this ........putting larger diameter fuel tubes from the injection pump to the injectors.....somewhere in the neighborhood of .093 diameter...supposedly makes the truck have a loping sound .....does anyone know of any drawbacks/downfalls

Just the lope :) Some like it some don;t .......

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just wanted to check an see if anyone has done this or heard of this ........putting larger diameter fuel tubes from the injection pump to the injectors.....somewhere in the neighborhood of .093 diameter...supposedly makes the truck have a loping sound .....does anyone know of any drawbacks/downfalls

Yeah..i installed a complete set of custom 0.84" lines from sheid Diesel...it made the idle roll a little ..other than that no problems...runs fine w/RV275's...

reason i changed was needed to replace my old one's..2 or 3 were leaking..these were much less than buying OEM from cummins:spend:...didn't know it would do that to idling though

Richie

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I know you have a stick but the guys with autos and 93 lines and tubes sometimes have the truck die at idle in gear. The engine will not make more hp with 93 tubes and or lines.You can get a lope to the idle.I had a hrvp and when it would get over 70* outside it would lope.I think the 93's are race only.I am sure some drive them on the street.Heck some even remove the filter in the tubes to get more fuel :doh:

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:ahhh:AH..HUH........OOOO..... You know, now i am thinking this might be the cause of my engine randomly stalling when shifting from Park into gear...mostly does it rarely in warmer weather..problem did start after i relaced the lines along with the injection pump..hasn't done it sence weather turned cold..thought it just went away:pray::pray:

thanks...thanks alot:doh:

Richie

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They are generally not required until you get into the 200+ hp injector range. But the other issues have been listed already.

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thanks to everyone ...really surprised to see so much info on the subject ...thinkin this might b a nice little mod to do to the truck ..dont think i need the 93s though the 84 should b more than enough apperently its mostly sound ....should sound great when the stacks are installed.. thanks again

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You know i came from the gas world and the sound of a big cam in a gas car lumpy lope sounds cool to me.I have yet to figure why most diesel dudes hate the lope sound.It will always sound cool to me.

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