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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-31-2012, 12:37 AM Thread Starter
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air dog 2 use stock ford fuel filters??

does the air dog 2 use any of the ford fuel filters or does it completly eliminate the stock fuel system?
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Re: air dog 2 use stock ford fuel filters??

It can eliminate the stock fuel system but it doesnt do it automatically. It only eliminates the stock pump and filter on it. You can either use the filter on the motor or remove it and the stand pipe and get rid of the OEM filters. You can also delete the fuel bowl and run lines directly from the pump to the heads.

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Re: air dog 2 use stock ford fuel filters??

ive got a rr kit alrdy if that helps any so you are saying i can just hook it to my kit and elimonate all factory fuel nice sence air dog fuel lines are bigger correct>? i have got my air dog yet now sure what system i should rune sencei have regulator on the rr kit of corse and pressure at the motor would be more accurate than pressure at the pump correct?
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Re: air dog 2 use stock ford fuel filters??

Why not use an AD150?? Throw in a tank sump...done deal.


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Re: air dog 2 use stock ford fuel filters??

yesum thats what im trying to figure out but rnt you worried about the sump getting ripped off sence im not just on the road i might be in a field or in the woods dont you worry that the sump will get ripped off ? and if i go with the 150 will it come with enough fuel line to go all the way to the rr kit or will i have to get more sence i would liek to eliminate the hole factory system or it makes more sence to i think heh it looks like it just connects to the fuel pump on the rail in the install pics
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Re: air dog 2 use stock ford fuel filters??

Do you not need a sump with an air dog 2?

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Re: air dog 2 use stock ford fuel filters??

alright so sence i have rr kit i should jsut get a 150 and a sump ok so now is the larger fuel line something i can get at parts store or shoudl i get it from air dog? sence i want to just go directy to the rr kit from the air dog and leave stock system complete for a back up incase something goes wrong with the air dog pump
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Re: air dog 2 use stock ford fuel filters??

I had my skid plate modded and the sump/lines are protected. You really need to decide how you want the kit run. You already have the back half.

For a ADII you still need to buy all the front lines, Y , and fittings to feed the fronts.

If you used the AD150 it has everything already in the kit. The AD 150 feeds the OEM pump so the front lines are all OEM.

It's another way to skin that cat. We all agree increasing the fuel pressure and quality is of great benefit for the injectors. HOW it's done is were the differences come in to play.

You can rip out all the OEM stuff or use it.....$.02


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