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Old 10-08-2011, 11:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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95 7.3 fuel pump adjustment

i gots a 95 7.3 stroker. iv herd bout the fuel pump screw and the tirangular plate and wat not but i actualy cannot find this plate on the pump. is there something i have to remove to git at the plate or wats up?i no its on the passenger side but wat dpo i have to do to git at this plate. is it at the top or bottom of the pump as well???

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I'm not sure what screw you are referring to, but there is a plunger type deal that you have to be careful does not fall into the engine when removing the pump. Also, there is some webbing from the turbo pedestal, that people cut into slightly to create more room to remove the pump. I don't think there is a "plate" on the pump itself. good luck.
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you cannot turn up the fuel pump on a 7.3 powerstoke for more fuel like an older diesel if that what your looking to do
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Iv read and seen pics of it. And my buddy told me. There's a triangle cover and then. There's a screw
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Iv read and seen pics of it. And my buddy told me. There's a triangle cover and then. There's a screw
You have to be talking about the 7.3 IDI, offered from '88 till about '94. They had a real injection pump that probably had a smoke screw you could adjust.

There is an "Injection pressure regulator" on the 7.3 PSD's that's in the fuel filter canister that some people have modified to increase injection fuel pressure, also known as the "BB-mod" that does increase performance. But there's no screw involved that I've ever read about.
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You have to be talking about the 7.3 IDI, offered from '88 till about '94. They had a real injection pump that probably had a smoke screw you could adjust.

There is an "Injection pressure regulator" on the 7.3 PSD's that's in the fuel filter canister that some people have modified to increase injection fuel pressure, also known as the "BB-mod" that does increase performance. But there's no screw involved that I've ever read about.




O really. We'll I didn't no that. I guess I'm wrong. Sorry everyone. But abouts this regulator. Where would I find out how to mod it?
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Here is a link to Baz's pages where he will discuss and tell you how to do the fpr mod along with other things about your truck. You can also just buy a California regulator spring for your truck and put it in and do really the same thing without messing with different set screws and parts. Sorry I don't have the part number for the California regulator change out, perhaps somebody else on here will have it for you.
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