100 PSI VS 30 PSI FUEL PRESSURE
The difference in deciding between a 100 PSI and 30 PSI Fuel Pressure Gauge primarily involves which type of engine you have in your truck. The 100 PSI gauge is designed for Ford 6.0L Power Stroke, 6.7L Power Stroke, and 7.3L Power Stroke engines which are found in many editions of Ford F-Series trucks as well as the E-Series and Ford Excursion. The 30 PSI gauge works with 12v Cummins and 24v Cummins engines, found in trucks such as the Ram 2500 & 3500. Ultimately, if your truck is putting added stress on the engine and running higher fuel pressure, the 100 PSI version may be the right fit.
HOW DO I GET FUEL PRESSURE READINGS FOR MY DURAMAX
The first step in installing your diesel fuel pressure gauge is making sure your Duramax has an aftermarket lift pump. GMC and Chevy Duramax pickup trucks do not have this pump to supply fuel to the engine. It is also integral to the installation of an automotive fuel pressure gauge, namely the 30 PSI MaxTow Double Vision™ Fuel Pressure Gauge which will install directly into this aftermarket lift pump. You’ll experience a constant and steady fuel pressure, resulting in increased fuel efficiency, better throttle response and a smoother idle.
MaxTow Fuel Pressure Gauges are not only guaranteed to work from the time they arrive at your house, but the installation process is also easy. This way you spend less time trying to get them installed and more time on the road. MaxTow's Fuel Pressure Gauges also come with a one year warranty as well as unlimited tech support. That means we're always here to help if you ever have any questions about your Fuel Pressure Gauge, whether it's one year from now or 10 years down the road.