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Old 02-11-2013, 07:44 AM
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Fuel delivery-- FASS or Airdog ?

Trying to figure out the best fuel/air separator for my truck both are priced about the same but which one will hold up longer and better?


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I personally like the AirDog for size the best.
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Trying to figure out the best fuel/air separator for my truck both are priced about the same but which one will hold up longer and better?


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What mods do you have done to your truck? What are you planning to do?

A good regulated return set up might serve you better IMHO.
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What mods do you have done to your truck? What are you planning to do?

A good regulated return set up might serve you better IMHO.
I'm with him ^ and maybe a sump in the fuel tank too?
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Fuel delivery-- FASS or Airdog ?

So far I have a full exhaust, chip and intake.. Looking towards new injectors and studs


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So far I have a full exhaust, chip and intake.. Looking towards new injectors and studs


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You might want to throw a trans and turbo on that list... how big of sticks?

Personally, I would do a RR return kit and prepump mods... you can start with the stock pump and make changes (fuel sump, bigger pump etc) as needed.
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Fuel delivery-- FASS or Airdog ?

I agree and I'm still looking into all I want just getting options on the stuff that I might be missing and I'm going with 200 over hybrids..


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Old 02-11-2013, 10:50 AM
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I use an airdog 100 as a lift pump feeding the stock pump. Working good for 4 years and counting.
I agree with a RR as well anytime building over 400 hp, along with converter, valve body etc or full built trans. It gets expensive after 400hp.

More importantly, what year 7.3 ? ? Rod identification !
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Old 02-11-2013, 11:24 AM
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Fuel delivery-- FASS or Airdog ?

Yes it does hurt your bank account with these kind of toys.. My over all plans for this truck is to reach about 650-700 hp but as of right now is a dd and a 400 range is good for right now.. And it's a 2000 model


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I wouldn't do either! Personally I think both of those pumps are very unreliable. They are also very expensive. I have friends with both setups who have both had major issues with their pumps.

I am going with a dual stock setup. I think it is tough to beat the reliability of that setup. After seeing what my friends went through there is NO way a FASS or an Airdog is going on my truck. Even if it was free!
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