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I want to buy a fuel/ water separator system and I have a few questions before I make the purchase.

I have been looking at the Fass 150/180-2014. It is suppose to replace the stock frame pump and run at 55psi.

I've also seen the high volume low pressure pump (From Fass and Airdog) that supply the stock frame pump.

My question is this. Which version is better? The 2014 would be the simplest to install, but will it work as well as a pusher pump that supplies the stock pump?

Any info or insight is appreciated.

Sean
 

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If you are wanting to supply the stock pump then you need a low pressure unit.

The low pressure versions supposedly seperate air out better than the high pressure ones. That is why Air Dog doesn't have a high pressure version. This info came from Dennis at ITP.

I think most people that put a FASS on a PSD get the high pressure one.
 

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Thanks Eric.

To me it makes sense that a low pressure pump suppling a high pressure pump is the better way to go. I know that you need a post pump filter on the rail pump if you do a bowl delete.

The thing that I do like about the FASS system, is that it is a cleaner setup.

Is anyone running either setup?

I also heard that the FASS system is really loud.

Sean
 
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