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AirDog II PSI settings.

I just installed the AirDog II along with 6.4 banjo bolts and upgraded fuel pressure spring this past weekend. My question is does anyone know how much PSI does one turn of the screw to adjust the PSI equals out too? I know the stock setting is 50 PSI but I was looking to maybe bumping it up to 60 tops since I did the banjos and fuel spring at same time.

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Do you have a fuel pressure gauge?
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no not yet. that is one thing i am going to do and know that till i get the gauge I truly wont know what my pressure is. At moment I was more curious if anyone had an idea or can tell m where to find the info on how much a turn will increase or decrease the PSI.

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I wouldnt mess with anything until you get a gauge. At lease a cheap mechanical one at the parts store that comes off the pump.
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I tried to get one of the cheap ones when I went to get the fuel line removal tools but three places didn't even have a electrical one on hand. I wanted to install all at same time but agree not to mess with till I get the gauge. Just curious if anyone knew the turn to PSI ratio so to speak. Thanks for the help. Will try again after I get the gauge.

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I think it said somewhere in the set up instructions.
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Yeah I tried looking and all I could find was how to do it and what way decreased and increased. Not saying its not there just that I was beat probably missed it. Will look again to make sure. How difficult is it to install the Fuel pressure gauge just so I have a heads up and good idea?

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Maybe it didnt say. I didnt really pay much attention to it when I installed it because I had a guage and I just set it till it was at the pressure I wanted.

Its not hard at all. just tap into the fuel bowl test port. There are a ton of threads about it.
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and just to make sure I am right I would want a electrical gauge if going into cab correct?

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