ok, i got the fuel bowl pulled off and installed the Adrenaline. For those of you who have never changed out your HPOP before like me, the IPR is on the backside of you HPOP, i was searching for it on the front for a few minutes. Also it will make things easier for you if you unhook this sensor that is attached to the gear cover for the HPOP.
I tried to get the wrench in there without taking that thing off, but it doesnt take long and it gives you all the space that you need.
Just a side note but if your truck sits outside all the time like mine does it might be worth cleaning out your engine valley out if you dig in this far.
And heres the Adrenaline swapped in with the fuel bowl hooked back up
After that i started getting into the Air Dog. Pretty straight forward setup, the support bracket sandwhiches the fram and you just bolt it in according to height. Along with setting up the the carrier for the Air Dog itself. You just select the height you want to use and go for it. I set mine up on the opposite the transfer case on the outside of the frame rail.
Bracket in place
Air Dog in place
Now when it comes to putting the fittings in the Air Dog they have very close tolerances and took me a minute to figure out but you have to turn the larger fitting, on the side that has the fuel to the engine and the return line, so that its flat side is facing the smaller fitting so you can turn the small one.
High pressure line and return line
Here is what the Air Dog looks like from outside the truck, it pokes out a little.
Now with the wiring it comes with the wires for the low pressure sensor and the light for the low pressure sensor, but the system for my truck doesnt include it so it says to just isolate the wires. I wrapped them individually with electrical tape and then together and ill just zip tie them out of the way when it comes to tieing it all up.
Alright so then comes the plumbing for all of this. It comes with 3 hoses, 1 from the tank to the air dog, 1 from the air dog to the stock fuel line that you take out of the pump and 1 from the air dog to the return set up in the fuel filler neck.
This is the return setup they give you to splice into the stock fuel filler.
Easiest way to get this thing on is to disconnect the hoses from the tank and pull the whole thing off, my hoses are dryrotted and stuck on so only one hose came off but whatever, its working.
I took the hose from the air dog and ran it up over the chasis and down next to the e-brake cable, its too big to stuff back into the chasis like the stock line.
The line that connects to the stock high pressure line is way too long but the kit includes splices so ill shorten that later.
And here is the gear vendors setup that i have started on but its taking a while. Right now i jus have to get the tailshaft housing off the t-case and ill be good to go but that thing is stuck on there pretty good.