Depending on what your long term plans for the truck are, I would decide from there what kind of pump to go with. I have heard good things about Wicked Diesel injection pumps, but I'm sure those who know better than me can chime in and tell you whats good.
You can make that power on stock fuel, and with a good tuner, a stock charger. With a htt 66, you will easily make that power with stock fuel. Not saying you shouldn't upgrade fuel, its just not necessary.
Not sure. I would check with some of the site sponsors to see what they recommend. Holton (GuytonLBZ) from Alligator Performance is very knowledgeable, as is Dustin (sickdiesel) from ATPTrucks.com. Either one of those guys will get you set up real well.
pump will take about 8-10 hours your first time through. We do them in about 4 from start to finish. The hardest part is actually getting the pump out of the valley. It is a tight fit to say the least.
It never hurts to replace the supply fuel line and the banjo bolt washers on the hard return line at the FPRV and the passenger side injector return lines. The pump should come with the two o-rings on the adapter. We usually replace the thermostats as well since the top rad hose has to come off.
quick question? what the easiest way to tell if my cp3 is failing? i have all codes that its thrown in last week, and never have any problems, until on a decent incline bout 3/4 way up acts like turbo despools till i'm on top, i fig. it major fuel defuel, but i'm not a majore mech. either thanks in advance.