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Old 05-02-2013, 08:56 PM
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Regulated Return ?s

Dumb question time. I'm looking into Irate Diesels regulated return with bowl delete but the one question I have is how do you filter the fuel with the filter bowl deleted? Do I need a fass or airdog system? Sorry for my adolescence.
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Old 05-02-2013, 09:34 PM
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Don't need an air dog or a fass necessarily, just a good inline filter.
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Old 05-02-2013, 09:34 PM
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You have to add a filter. Irate has a kit with the pump and pre/post filters, I would bet that Jake would sell it without the pump if you call him. An AirDog is another option, on my 00 I run a older AirDog to supply my factory pump then have a post filter after the factory pump before it goes to the RR. Having both a Irate and Strictly Diesel RR, the Strictly diesel one is better, however my Strictly diesel kit is older there wasn't a pump/filter mounting option at the time so I had to make my own. Irate's pump/filter mount is actually quite nice. Don't forget at least one of the filters needs to separate water.

Here's my 00. Red filter is the post filter and I have some extra valves/lines due to a auxiliary fuel tank.

Moved the factory pump outside the frame to make plumbing easier. There were three holes that matched the factory mount where I put it.

Bad pic of the Strictly RR installed.


Irate kit on my 95 during installation.
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you don't have to take all that crap out just to do the RR right?? will the Irate RR mate up to the Strickly post pump filter kit?
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:46 PM
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It's been a few years since I did my 00 but I think I was able to leave the turbo on but had to pull the down pipe. On my 95 the turbo had to come out to get to the driver side rear port. Take a look at Strictly Diesel's site, they have really good directions for their kit. I don't see any issue with mixing and matching components, worst case is you might have to adapt the hose size.
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I went with the Strictly Diesel RR and it is actually arriving today!

I thought it would be a good time to do it while I did my EBPV delete to resolve my oil leak.

I ordered the pre & post filter kits with it. I am going to use the stock pump until I get my injectors. Then I will probably go with a dual Bosch(stock) set up.

good luck!
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Ok thanks. Does anyone make a pre and post pump filter kit?
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