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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-25-2008, 03:49 AM Thread Starter
 
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ITP In-tank/pre-pump kit with Air Dog

Dennis, i see that with the pre-pump/intank kit u say it is not needed with the Air Dog. Would it be ok to use it with the Air Dog or a waste of money?
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Re: ITP In-tank/pre-pump kit with Air Dog

wouldnt you still want to get rid of the mixing valve and return the fuel to the furthest point of the tank. IDK... .02 cents
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Re: ITP In-tank/pre-pump kit with Air Dog

If you want the pre pump kit I have a new never been out of the box kit with filter and bracket for 100 bucks

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Re: ITP In-tank/pre-pump kit with Air Dog

If I could go back, I think I would have left the mixing valve. I have the airdog and I am very happy with it. The intank mod did not solve my air issue.
My understanding is that the airdog eliminates the need for the intank mod, unless you want to get rid of the screens and mixing valve. This will prevent the rare possibility of the screens clogging with debris. But I don't think there will be any performance gain.
I would "harpoon" the tank either way. It allows a much faster fuel up.

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Re: ITP In-tank/pre-pump kit with Air Dog

I did not do the intank mod on my truck. If I remember correctly, Dennis at ITP did not think it necessary with the Airdog. I have the Airdog, 2 micron post pump filter, Walbro fuel pump, 1/2" fuel feed, 5/16 return, bowl delete and reg return. Fuel pressure is set at 64 and never drops below 61 or 60.
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Re: ITP In-tank/pre-pump kit with Air Dog

I installed the itp pre pump kit in my own truck and have been happy with it.
I had to replace the dtrm (factory pickup) on 3 seperate trucks due to clogging from algea (black gunge) in the diesel fuel. This happens when the fuel sits too long or sees to much moisture, heat and air. I just like the fact you get a spin on filter instead of having to drop the tank.

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Re: ITP In-tank/pre-pump kit with Air Dog

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My understanding is that the airdog eliminates the need for the intank mod, unless you want to get rid of the screens and mixing valve. This will prevent the rare possibility of the screens clogging with debris. But I don't think there will be any performance gain.
I would "harpoon" the tank either way. It allows a much faster fuel up.
That about sums it up.

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If I could go back, I think I would have left the mixing valve. I have the airdog and I am very happy with it. The intank mod did not solve my air issue.
My understanding is that the airdog eliminates the need for the intank mod, unless you want to get rid of the screens and mixing valve. This will prevent the rare possibility of the screens clogging with debris. But I don't think there will be any performance gain.
I would "harpoon" the tank either way. It allows a much faster fuel up.
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That about sums it up.
Good deal, thats what i was curious about. i have the Air dog sitting at home and will be buying my reg return with fuel bowl delete here soon. So i was just curious. Thanks guys
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Just make sure you have a 2 micron post fuel pump filter when you delete the OEM fuel bowl.
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Just make sure you have a 2 micron post fuel pump filter when you delete the OEM fuel bowl.
Oh i will. Deputy Dog just did this and he and i have lined up all the aprts, i just need to buy the rest of them. Thanks Mike!
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