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post #1 of 6 Old 09-14-2009, 10:21 PM Thread Starter
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AirDog? your thoughts

SO, I like the idea fuel air seperators. So I've looked at FASS and AirDog systems. I really don't plan going really very far with performance parts. I just am more looking into making my engine reliable, I.E. EGR delete, studs and some mile SCT tuning. If I ever went with a new turbo I'd probably just go with something like an '03. SO really I just want to make my 6.0 run REALLY well.

WHAT will an AirDog system do for a mostly stock engine?


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it will take the aireation out of the fuel, causing pure fuel to get to the injectors. increasing performance and mileage too.

I have heard better stories from Air Dog than I have of FASS. There are some people on here(Scuffy828 and Granny) that have had multiple and multiple FASS failures without reason. So, I wouldnt buy one for those reasons alone. Granny has actually switched to an Air Dog now. Scott probably aint too far behind once his FASS fails again.

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I hadn't heard of them failing but then again I'm not to up on them. So avoid FASS huh? Ok, now I wish I just had some money.

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I have the Airdog II 130/75 it love it.

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I have the Airdog II 130/75 it love it.
i just got mine and could not get a good connection at the tank. any suggestions or am i just crazy? it seems kinda loud, the tech said it may me sucking air.

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its so new, and so few are out,m its hard to say how good they truly are.

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