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Hey guys I got my fass 150 today. I plan on installing it tonight. Any pointers? I'd like to run it to my stock fuel canister if I can, for the fuel heater, I got the suction tube with it as well... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 11-25-2013, 03:23 PM
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Hey guys I got my fass 150 today. I plan on installing it tonight. Any pointers? I'd like to run it to my stock fuel canister if I can, for the fuel heater, I got the suction tube with it as well

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Old 11-26-2013, 11:26 AM
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you mean run it to your stock fuel filter housing?

the fuel heater is in the fuel filter housing, not in the tank...

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Yes thats what i ment. I allready installed it. I ran it to the stock fuel filter. Works great. 15-16 psi idle 13 psi WFO!
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13psi is a little low for WOT... might wanna bump up the pressure a wee bit...

I run my airdog150 at 20psi idle and hit 16psi WOT
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How do I up the psi?
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Old 12-02-2013, 11:50 AM
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gently stretch the spring a little.

should be a spring and ball behind the return fitting. the spring pushes the ball against the hole blocking fuel from returning till fuel pressure rises enough to overpower the spring and push the ball back allowing fuel to return to the tank. stretching the spring slightly will increase spring pressure against the ball thus raising fuel pressure.
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