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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-16-2009, 03:34 PM Thread Starter
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So i am looking to get a aftermarket fuel system for my 05 f350 just curious on what is the most reliable one out. I looked at the fass and the air dog so far i also read that the fass systems go through pumps any help? Thanks
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Reliable and Fass cannot go in the same sentence. Yeah, SOME people have reliability and then again many do not.

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so is the airdog a good setup then or is there a better one out there
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There is more to a fuel system upgrade than just a pump/filter setup. What are you trying to accomplish? What mods are done to the truck, or are in the plans for the future?

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well right now i am looking at egr delete, head studs, decking the heads new gasket, turbo, and new injecters. i am going to wait till my warranty runs out so i have a couple thousand miles left so i figure i better start reasearching. i know so guys that have the airdog and love it i am kinda leaning towards it i just would like to see what some other options are
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Those are like your two top comp. when it comes to fuel pumps. al my buddies run fass systems and love them. Only bad thing i heard about them was from my one buddy who went through 6 pumps cause it couldnt keep up with his motor to feed it and finally has a big like 315 or somthin built by fass lol.the truck is nasty!
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I have a question if I have 90 hp injectors and stock turbo and a high hp sct tune ? Do I need a airdog,fass or something else? Do I need a HPOP ? Thank for any input.
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I have a question if I have 90 hp injectors and stock turbo and a high hp sct tune ? Do I need a airdog,fass or something else? Do I need a HPOP ? Thank for any input.
yes you need a pump upgrade. you can get the fuel pressure down pretty low with just a hot tune. I got a fass 150/180, keeps up with my 190s real well. I keep a spare in the cab and it takes 20 miutes to change the pump . I have the trusted crossover line and stage 1, lines from the fuel bowl to the heads as well. mine holds 55 psi. FCDP is a vendor on here and sells those fuel systems. very good and theres no need for a reglator if you use the internally regulated pumps. you wont need an upgraded hpop for a while. 225s is about the max a single stock hpop can feed.

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Reliable and Fass cannot go in the same sentence. Yeah, SOME people have reliability and then again many do not.
Exactly what I was gonna say.

Wonder how many people have found metal shavings in their pump right out of the box...


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