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Talking AirDog 150 is Installed!

Well I would like to personally thank GOS Performance for providing me with a quality product. It took me a little over 3 hours to get it all installed to my specs that I wanted. I did some changes during my install to hopefully protect the pump and filter from damages this summer when I'm out cutting firewood.

The when the box showed up from the "Brown Man" I was kind of shock to see how big the box was. I didn't relize that is came with all new fuel ine, fittings, electrical, etc. Right On! Instructions are really easy to understand.

Once I got the pump all hooked up I was expecting this loud pump to buzz on the frame below. I turned the key and didn't hear nothing! UH OH! So I bumped the starter and listened. Wow! It really quiet running pump...

Got it fire up (without priming!) and I was seeing 17-18 PSI Wow! This truck has never seen over 14-15 PSI in its life till now! Even stomped on the throttle I never got below 15 PSI. I know why too. I still got to put in the draw straw kit. I scarficed my old Vulcan Big Line Kit to make a pickup line temporary till I get back from my trip I got to make next week...

I'm going to head out and grab my camera from the shop and post a few pics...

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Well here we are... Here is the old little carter Campaign pump (4090046) from Cummins...


(Looking a bit sad and tried...)

Then there is the installed AirDog 150... :evil: (Mount towards the transfer case to allow the skid plate to protect the filters for being hit.)


With a solid 16.5 PSI shown on the gauge! :Thumbup: I've seen up to 18 PSI now...

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looks good we put a raptor 150 on a 01 dodge at the shop it was an easy install worked great i think fass is gettin put to shame

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looks good we put a raptor 150 on a 01 dodge at the shop it was an easy install worked great i think fass is gettin put to shame
Basically the think the shame is the price on FASS being AirDog and FASS are the same type of pump... For the price on the AirDog its worth it... :bow:

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when you install that pump do you have to take the stock lift pump off and also i dont have many mods to my truck so would it be overkill to get a 150gph pump
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when you install that pump do you have to take the stock lift pump off and also i dont have many mods to my truck so would it be overkill to get a 150gph pump
Yes.. Stock pump comes out completely... AirDog does sell a 100 GPH pump as well... The first pic above was my stock pump that was relocated by a vulcan big line kit... Like I said it looked sad and tired...:hehe

I went for the 150 GPH pump because in the future I want to drop 60HP injectors in...:evil: So I'm planing ahead so I don't waste good money on something...

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when you install that pump do you have to take the stock lift pump off and also i dont have many mods to my truck so would it be overkill to get a 150gph pump
yea, it bypasses it and goes right to the injection pump w/ 1/2" line. you can leave the stock pump and everything on there though.

i'm going to go take some pics to show ya.
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The FASS is definatly going down, i have heard the FASS on a few trucks pretty loud.

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yes they are loud i put one on a 05 cummins and you could hear it over the engine idleing
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