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Old 08-08-2012, 11:31 AM
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FASS vs. AirDog

I might be adding one of these to my truck here soon and was wondering people opinions on both systems? My truck is not going to be a high hp rig. I will not be doing anything with the injectors ever. Possibly at most might change up the turbos and that is about it. Has anyone ever used both? How is the quality on the units?
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Old 08-08-2012, 12:14 PM
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Great question....I would like to know too.
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We have sold and installed several Airdog II units on the 6.4L and they have been working flawlessly. FASS also makes a great pump, we just havent had the chance to put one on a 6.4L yet, everyone goes with Airdog.
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We have sold and installed several Airdog II units on the 6.4L and they have been working flawlessly. FASS also makes a great pump, we just havent had the chance to put one on a 6.4L yet, everyone goes with Airdog.
How involved is the install on the AirDog?
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Its a pretty easy install, maybe 2 hours tops.
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Its a pretty easy install, maybe 2 hours tops.
Very cool...I want to do this upgrade....I'm sick of the stock filter and thier locations.
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Old 08-09-2012, 10:18 AM
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I would leave the stocker bolted up though just in case you ever had issue and needed to swap it back. Just cap off the ports to keep the dirt out.
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Eric would you recommend running the stock filter setup WITH the Air Dog II setup or only without and cap off the lines?

I'm in the same boat, maybe turbos later but probably never the injectors, just want no air and good filtration to prevent any HPFP/Inj issues ahead of time.
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Eric would you recommend running the stock filter setup WITH the Air Dog II setup or only without and cap off the lines?

I'm in the same boat, maybe turbos later but probably never the injectors, just want no air and good filtration to prevent any HPFP/Inj issues ahead of time.

No I would never recommend running them together, you will for sure burn up the AD or FASS doing that and you will be creating a lot of air in the system too.

Run the AD/FASS style pump by its self and cap off the stock LPFP for emergencies.
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Perfect, thanks
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