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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-03-2007, 11:02 PM Thread Starter
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FASS 95 or 150

What is the deciding factor to getting a FASS 95 or a FASS 150?
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How much power are you looking to run? the 95gph will support up to 550hp on a 24v. I haven't tested this theory, but I heard that from Rip Rook at source automotive. A very reliable source of information IMO.

If you do a 150gph, you have to add a drawstraw, the stock in tank pickup won't support the 150gph pump. You are going to be doing a complete FASS filters and all correct? The Standalone pump without the filters is not worth what they are asking for it. If you are building a really high HP truck, 600hp mark. You may want to consider an aeromotive set up. A lot of people seem to be quite pleased with those. With that said, I love my FASS 95gph but I'm considering the Aeromotive when I do go bigger.
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barry grant is a great pump
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So is the Holley set up if you dont want to do that much, but how much it toooooooo much????

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Supposely the 150 is noiser too, I can't see it being noiser than the engine though.
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150 is loud it is about as loud as a 200 but it just depends on what kind of power u are looking for. i know u can hear 150 over the truck running
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how much power are u wanting to do?
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150 is loud it is about as loud as a 200 but it just depends on what kind of power u are looking for. i know u can hear 150 over the truck running

I got to hear a 150 at work sometime. I'm alittle left in the dark about how those can be that loud.
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well i have one on a duramax and i had on a 03 cummins they are both loud i'm from around columbus ohio but they are loud
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Thanks for the info. I am looking to reach between 450 and 550 HP. So it sounds like a 95 gph would be enough fuel.
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