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Old 10-09-2008, 03:34 PM
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FASS air separation system

Is any one running air separation system is it a good thing to get? i am cause people are saying get it and dont, what is the benift for it?

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Old 10-09-2008, 04:01 PM
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I will bump ya, cause I would love to know the answer to this question also...
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Old 10-10-2008, 02:51 AM
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I have read about a few Fass pumps going out. A friend of mine had his go out within 2 months and I just read a post over on another forum where a few others have quit also.
Are they good or bad ? Anything mechanical will fail at some point and when its one of your own and it fails and leave you stranded then your pissed.
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Why is simething going on with your stock set up? People usually go to a aftermarket fuel system when they have modded the truck past the capabilities of the stock system. Not saying it isn't a good mod for a stock truck, just not sure you will see a difference either!! If your having a problem post it in another thread and we will try and help you. If it ain't broke................?
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Old 10-10-2008, 03:42 PM
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Why is simething going on with your stock set up? People usually go to a aftermarket fuel system when they have modded the truck past the capabilities of the stock system. Not saying it isn't a good mod for a stock truck, just not sure you will see a difference either!! If your having a problem post it in another thread and we will try and help you. If it ain't broke................?
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no problems with fuel just the clutch but anyway just people saying get it and dont so i figured i would ask
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Why is simething going on with your stock set up? People usually go to a aftermarket fuel system when they have modded the truck past the capabilities of the stock system. Not saying it isn't a good mod for a stock truck, just not sure you will see a difference either!! If your having a problem post it in another thread and we will try and help you. If it ain't broke................?
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So what your saying is that if you take a truck like mine, that is pretty much stock compared to some of your alls trucks, I wouldn t be able to tell a difference with the FASS system.
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Old 10-20-2008, 11:38 PM
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So what your saying is that if you take a truck like mine, that is pretty much stock compared to some of your alls trucks, I wouldn t be able to tell a difference with the FASS system.
I think that is exactly what NChornet said.
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I think that is exactly what NChornet said.
I did graduate from college so I think I can read thanks though. I was looking for more of an explaination maybe.
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Old 10-21-2008, 11:08 AM
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anything that removes air from the system and helps put more pressure to the fuel rails is going to help. a FASS in conjunction with the regulated return will make good strides towards better fuel economy and a smoother running truck. also with the FASS or AIR DOG system it is my understanding that you dont have to do the tanks mods in a complete regulated return, just the engine bay stuff with the new fuel lines that connect all the heads together.....
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anything that removes air from the system and helps put more pressure to the fuel rails is going to help. a FASS in conjunction with the regulated return will make good strides towards better fuel economy and a smoother running truck. also with the FASS or AIR DOG system it is my understanding that you dont have to do the tanks mods in a complete regulated return, just the engine bay stuff with the new fuel lines that connect all the heads together.....

I have heard that there is a R/R in the FASS System, is that correct?
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