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Planning for truck build

Hello everyone. I've been reading this forum for awhile now and I've decided to build my truck up a bit. I'm thinking of getting a AD 150, dozer diesel stage 3 RR kit, warren 175/75% injectors, madd stage 2, PHP FICM tuner, and new tunes from innovative. I'm sure I'm missing some stuff I might need so guys let me know I want my truck to be reliable.

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Head studs, machined heads, new oil cooler, coolant filter kit, 4" exhaust, EGR delete. The list is long and very expensive.

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Let us know what you need so we can help with parts. Can order after market and OEm parts! Have headstuds in stock!!
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Sorry I shoulda put what I have already. I have head studs, 4" straight to 2 6" stacks, EGR delete, new factory oil cooler, blue spring and 6.4 banjo bolts, afe stage 2 intake, zoodad mod, innovative tunes, egt fuel psi trans temp and boost gauges.

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I would use something else other than the Airdog 150. They have been having issues with them.

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You will get some axle wrap with a heavy trailer, I can feel it when towing my gooseneck with some heavy equipment. My Deavers will wrap enough to make the tires rub the front of the rear fender well if I give it too much throttle on aceleration.
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Like a fass 200 gph @ 50 psi?

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The problems have been with the Airdog II. The Airdog 150 is the low pressure lift pump. That should be fine to feed your stock HFCM.

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Who offers a good RR kit?

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Driven Diesel, available from River City and Industrial Injection. Elite diesel, if you have a buring desire to spend a lot of money. Or you could make your own.

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The problems have been with the Airdog II. The Airdog 150 is the low pressure lift pump. That should be fine to feed your stock HFCM.
Yeah the lift pump is fine.

I still am not a fan of Airdog anymore. Seen more and more problems with their products and customer service is lacking.

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