Just finished testing the hprv. Passed, no fuel from it. Setup to do the injector return test. According to the video, truck needs to be at operating temp. Not going to do that with max rail pressure, so I have it plugged in now.
I did pull the fca and do the shake test lol I know that test is pointless I actually pulled it to see if there was anything I can see that might have gotten in there and maybe jammed the fca yea I'm reaching. Of course no change.
Must has no trouble hitting 26kpsi. Seems slow to build pressure though. With it at idle and max rail pressure, the initial lift pump pressure was @ 7psi. A quick throttle tap. Dropped to 5 but no lower. Figure at max rail pressure and 5 psi. Intank pump is at least good enough to rule out for this issue which I didn't think it was the lift pump but the psi test is easy enough.
Banjo bolts look like a little rust on them or is it just me?
What about mounting aux filters higher then the tank? They will be higher then the tank but lower then the engine mounted filter. During filter changes, I will probably crack a line to let the fuel drain down to minimize spillage. Plus they are up and hidden. Ill post pics when installed. I don't believe it to be an issue as the pump still has to lift the fuel up to the stock filter level, and being the intank pump, its all pushing fuel. Much gooder for the pump as opposed to drawing fuel up that high.
Yes gooder is a valid word in my vocabulary. 😊