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Old 08-30-2010, 11:42 AM
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Fuel Pump

1st off I spent the better part of 6 hrs searching before I decided to post this question!

I have a early 99 F350, SCT chipped, 4" Dp, 5" stacks, CIA, no added boost at this point. My Lift pump has decided to start dropping voltage and Iam trying to decide weather to add a Aftermarket fuel pump like a fass or to just replace the factory pump and add a Air Dog II to the truck. I looked for Install instructions for the air Dogg II but could not find anything for that model. I dont think the truck is going to see anymore power upgrades until I build a new engine. Would the truck benefit from the AD2 at its current power level or is it over Kill? Anybody know where a right up is for the AD2 Install? Also do you need the factory pump with the AD2??

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