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Old 09-26-2010, 08:22 PM
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6.0 Airdog vs. Fass

HI everyone i was wondering if anyone could tell me which is better for the 2005 6.0, and i was wanting a airdog so if anyone could set me up with a good deal i would be willing to purchase it, thanks
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:38 PM
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AirDog 2, hands down. FASS doesn't have a good reputation for reliable, long lasting pumps.
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:41 PM
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I have the airdog 2 and its been flawless so far!
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Yeah i hear FASS has terrible customer assistance... and all my diesel buddies that run the airdog love it. i just need to find a good price, i just bought new injectors and want to protect my investment.
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my fass fuel pump went out a couple months ago and got my refund (good customer assistance) and went and got the airdog 2 so in my opinion go with airdog
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The problem with Fass isn't the customer service, it's that the pumps have a pretty bad track record for reliability and longevity.

I recommend the Airdog II DF-165. Great pump and will provide all the fuel you need for future injector upgrades. It entirely replaces the factory pump and filter. If yyou remove the stand pipe in the fuel bowl in the engine compartment you can eliminate that filter too and never have to buy the overpriced POS's again.
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Cant say anything about the fass other than what I heard about the pumps going out.

I can say my airdog does a great job and was easy to instal.
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ok so i have decided on the air dog brand, now which will benefit me the most? i have a intake, exhaust, chip and water meth.... and a future stage 1 turbo.
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The DF-165 is what you want.
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The Df-165 deletes both of the fuel filters?

I have read alot of people going with the airdog(not sure which model) but it acts as primary and your OEM fuel pump is still in the loop in case the airdog goes out.
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