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post #21 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-16-2013, 12:26 PM
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Just stick a cat a filter on there. 2 micron absolute.

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I chose the Fass because at the time, it was supposed to be more LML friendly. I also chose the dual filter setup because it has a water seperator and a 2 micron filter....5 times finer than the stock one.
Did you install it yourself? Im looking into getting one, wondering how difficult the install would be..

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Im thinking of going with the Airdog because of where it mounts.

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This is also gonna be my next mod leaning towards the Air dog II. How do you delete the stock fuel filter? where do you get the kit to do so?

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Hit up Tyler at MeyerPerformance. He is a vendor and can supply you with the FASS delete cup.

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Im not sure the micron rating of the filters FASS or AirDog uses. If they're higher micron rated than the factory youd be fine changing it when the pumps filters were ready to be changed Im sure. I prefer to run a quieter lift pump and a Nicktane setup. The FASS and AirDog are annoying as hell as far as noise goes.
how loud are we talking here?

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how loud are we talking here?

Ive rode in 3 trucks that have had them and all 3 you could hear the pump running driving on the hwy.

I had a few different lift pump setups on my 04 and my favourite was the BD Flowmax. Ran about 10psi while the truck was idling and couldnt get it to drop below 3psi WOT on a tune that made over 500rwhp. I had a Nictane 2mic fitter and ran the factory filter as well. Fuel pressure was picked up off the factory filter head where the bleeder screw used to be. Highly recommended and very quiet.

EDIT: I had the 13# spring in the BD to get those pressure readings

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Ive rode in 3 trucks that have had them and all 3 you could hear the pump running driving on the hwy.

I had a few different lift pump setups on my 04 and my favourite was the BD Flowmax. Ran about 10psi while the truck was idling and couldnt get it to drop below 3psi WOT on a tune that made over 500rwhp. I had a Nictane 2mic fitter and ran the factory filter as well. Fuel pressure was picked up off the factory filter head where the bleeder screw used to be. Highly recommended and very quiet.

EDIT: I had the 13# spring in the BD to get those pressure readings
i will check them out, a loud pump running is the last thing i want to listen to. do you got any pic of your setup you are running?

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The 11 is still stock. The BD i had was on my 04. I had it mounted in front of the fuel cooler that was on the previous model trucks. It could be mounted on the bracket that the cooler used to hang from on the NNBS trucks very easily.

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Did you install it yourself? Im looking into getting one, wondering how difficult the install would be..
It took about 2 1/2 hours, wasn't bad at all.

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