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post #1 of 5 Old 09-20-2008, 12:52 PM Thread Starter
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Questions Of FASS

So finally saved saved up enough to potential buy a FASS, or what everyone around me says just keep saving it, either way I had some questions.

Which FASS, I looked at discount power parts, and there is like 20 different choices. I would like to be able to rip out my stock setup as I hate that 50 dollar ford fuel filter.

So currently im stock motor, but eventually (like a year from now), going to do studs and 190 injectors at the same time.

Would like to be able to keep a steady fuel PSI the whole time.

Also with a fass, do i need to still do a regulated return?

Does the FASS come with everything I need, or will I need to buy new lines and fittings, thanks!

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the FASS 150/90-2014 should be adequate for your plans, if you want to get rid of the HFCM. No you don't need to do a R/R with the FASS. The FASS integrates a tank return that ties into the filler neck. The FASS system does come with everything to install it. If you plan on ever going bigger then 190s on injectors then you might want to step up to the 150/180, however this system involves droping the tank and installing a different pickup tube. (it's a little more involved). Here is a link to the actual FASS site with more info. FASS Fuel Air Separation System - fassride.com - The Official FASS Website, and a pdf install inst. for the 150/90 http://www.fassride.com/billcook/FAS...l%20Manual.pdf

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Do a 150/180 No question At all. You will outgrow the smaller 150/150 I garentee it. With just the insanity tune pulling the sled my fuel pressure was @ 10psi w/ the 150/150 Now w/ 225's and inovative's race file I never go under 58 psi when pulling w/ the 150/180. Let me know if you need some help or need a price.

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If you do go with the 150/180, get a bulkhead fitting for the new pickup tube, the grommet setup that comes with the FASS is cheesy and it tends to leak when the fuel sloshes, JMO.

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so ill probably get the 150/180 then, where do I get a new bulkhead fitting, and beside dropping the tank is anything else "harder"

Also I would like to get rid of the HFCM.

03 F350 SRW CC LB 4x4
4" Lift, 33 Tires, Pro Comp Trac Bars.
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