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Guys I'm looking into doing this and would like to know would I gain some fuel MPG ? I know my injectors would love me better for doing the fass system on my 06 .I would not be able to do injectors for a while but the fuel system would be a good idea even though I'm running stock injectors .
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Old 04-25-2010, 11:15 AM
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I am in the process of installing an Airdog2 right now. The Airdog2 DF165 has become the standard pump for the 6.0 replacing the 95 and 130 pumps. Very nice setup and priced better than the FASS. There have been too many failed FASS pumps. That's why I went Airdog. If you haven't purchased the FASS yet look into the AD2. I got mine from XDP.
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I was also looking at an AirDog 2 for a future upgrade. Would this eliminate having to change the normal fuel filters? Would you just have to change the AirDog ones?

And would I gain any MPG from this?
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I was also looking at an AirDog 2 for a future upgrade. Would this eliminate having to change the normal fuel filters? Would you just have to change the AirDog ones?

And would I gain any MPG from this?
It eliminates the stock pump and frame filter but connects to the stock lines from the pump out to the engine and the return. So it keeps the top filter cannister. I suspect that you can remove the filter from that can and just change the AD2 filters. Anyhow, that's what I'm planning to do.
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FASS is garbage and loud!!!!!!!! get the airdog 2 forsure and i doubt u will gain mpgs but if u do it wouldnt be much
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Thanks guys I will look into this setup !!
Adam Thanks again.
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How hard is the install
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Im going to be purchasing the air dog 2 soon but i still dont know what to do with the top fuel filter when its time to change? i dont think i can buy it alone everywhere sells it as a set (top and bottom)
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I would say moderate. It is a well designed kit and has fairly decent directions. Take your time and you can do it your driveway with basic hand tools.
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