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Old 08-22-2013, 05:01 AM
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Fuel system?

What's the latest and greatest setup now a days? Just planning ahead for injectors.
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Depends on the injectors.
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Some form of RR and whatever pump/filter arrangement floats your boat. I wouldn't put a FASS or and Airdog on my truck for any amount of money. Been through 3 ADII DF165's. They know they have a product that doesn't work but they keep selling it and won't fix it. They ought to be ruun out of businees.

I run a Fuelab now. The 6.7 pump may prove to be an interesting choice.
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Old 08-22-2013, 08:57 AM
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Here a pic for another org member, great set up and probably the most reliable too.

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Here a pic for another org member, great set up and probably the most reliable too.

Wouldn't you wanna put the two filters before the 6.4 pump to protect that aswell?
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Actually, I think you would wanna put the water/fuel separator before the 6.4 pump but the 2 micron filter, I would put after it so it wasn't acting as an obstacle for the pump to pull fuel through. JMO.
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Some form of RR and whatever pump/filter arrangement floats your boat. I wouldn't put a FASS or and Airdog on my truck for any amount of money. Been through 3 ADII DF165's. They know they have a product that doesn't work but they keep selling it and won't fix it. They ought to be ruun out of businees.

I run a Fuelab now. The 6.7 pump may prove to be an interesting choice.
I second that. Do NOT put an Airdog on your truck. Even if somebody gives it to you!
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Actually, I think you would wanna put the water/fuel separator before the 6.4 pump but the 2 micron filter, I would put after it so it wasn't acting as an obstacle for the pump to pull fuel through. JMO.
I agree, the water separator should be before the 6.4 pump and the 2 micron fuel filter after the 6.0 HFCM in the above diagram.
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Old 08-22-2013, 02:42 PM
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Isn't the 6.4 pump a fuel/water separator and also has a 10 micron filter as well?
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What bases and filters do y'all run for fuel system set up (2micron filter and fuel/water sep).
And what about an air fuel sep, I know thats included in the Fass and Air Dog... but what about individual unit just for air fuel sep? Does that even exist?
Also why the 8an hose to and from the 6.4 pump instead of 6an like the rest of the system?
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