Driven Diesel COMPLETE OBS Electric Fuel System
Frequently Asked Questions About Switching to an Electric Fuel System in OBS 7.3L Powerstroke Trucks
Ford 7.3L Powerstroke trucks continue to be popular among truck enthusiasts for a wide variety of reasons, including their impressive performance and the ease of customization. That doesn't mean there's no improving on a good thing, though. Those who drive 94-97 model 7.3L Powerstroke trucks can read on to find out about a few of the advantages of a Driven Diesel COMPLETE OBS Electric Fuel System to get started upgrading their already impressive vehicles.
Who Can Use this System?
The driven diesel electronic fuel system was designed to be compatible with a variety of trucks, including the Ford F250 and F350 OBS 7.3L trucks manufactured between 1994 and 1997. Keep in mind, however, that there are some applications that are not appropriate for this system. The truck must have 13 to 15 inches of clearance between the front of its fuel tank and the rear of its transfer case in order to install this fuel system inside of its frame.
What Does it Include?
This fuel system comes with everything required to install it in 1994-1997 trucks. This includes the OBS Regulated Return Kit, a new electric fuel pump, and all necessary fuel filters, hoses, fittings, and hardware. The pump used is sourced from the 1999-2003 Super Duty trucks, which are known to provide impressive reliability and more consistent fuel pressure delivery. This pump also primes the fuel system before the engine is started and offers support for upgraded power levels.
Why Make the Switch?
Not only does an electronic fuel pump deliver more consistent fuel flow to injectors, but this system also features filters that are less expensive and less difficult to service than those that came from the factory on early OEM 7.3L Powerstroke trucks. Plus, it retains trucks' fuel tank selector valves, allowing drivers to continue using both fuel tanks by switching them via the dash switch. The company also sources as many of its materials as possible from the United States and produces its products with the help of U.S. workers, helping to bolster the economy at the same time as they help their customers get the parts they need to improve their Ford trucks.