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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-03-2008, 04:09 AM Thread Starter
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Bowl Delete with Air Dog

If I run an air dog set up, do I need another filter post pump if I also do a bowl delete regulated return fuel system?


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Re: Bowl Delete with Air Dog

yes
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Re: Bowl Delete with Air Dog

seems like I remember reading that sometimes a rr and fass/airdog don't always play well together without adding something .

iirc DI added a valve in the setup...might not be needed but I would ask dennis at itp or david at DI just to be sure.

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Re: Bowl Delete with Air Dog

add a walbro with the RR and airdog
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Re: Bowl Delete with Air Dog

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seems like I remember reading that sometimes a rr and fass/airdog don't always play well together without adding something .

iirc DI added a valve in the setup...might not be needed but I would ask dennis at itp or david at DI just to be sure.
I haven't heard this before. Anyone have anything to add to this?

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Re: Bowl Delete with Air Dog

I think he is talking about putting a ball valve in the return line on the fass. This comes in handy for dead heading it so you can set whatever pressure you want if you have the external regulator @ the motor. (to get an accurate psi.)





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Re: Bowl Delete with Air Dog

I have the Airdog, and I believe it is pre-set from the factory at like 10 or 11 psi (I think). I am guessing this ball valve would not be necessary, or is already part of the system.

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Re: Bowl Delete with Air Dog

The ball valve is only for a high pressure fass not the airdog or low pressure fass.

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Re: Bowl Delete with Air Dog

IIRC its a cheap little 2 micron filter.......Dennis knows what you need, its literally like 30 bucks, just splice it in to the fuel lines before the RR......

And I second adding the Walbro...

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Re: Bowl Delete with Air Dog

This is what Dennis PM'd me when I asked........

Mike at Airflo sold it when he worked there, 10 bucks for the filter and 20ish for the head


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What you need is a 2 micron filter setup between your fuel pump and the bowl delete block. I've been recommending a WIX 24770 filter base with a Baldwin BF7633 filter (or your favorite brands cross reference to that filter).

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