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I was just wondering on my 2012 with all deletes and xrt on hottest setting do i need an aftermarket pump yet such as a fass or something similar? I really dont plan on doing much more besides head studs to the truck...if not at ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 06-30-2013, 06:51 PM
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I was just wondering on my 2012 with all deletes and xrt on hottest setting do i need an aftermarket pump yet such as a fass or something similar? I really dont plan on doing much more besides head studs to the truck...if not at what point does the stock fuel system start to fall behind??
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With your setup you would be fine with the stock setup. But I would recommend a FASS system for the added filtration.


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Old 06-30-2013, 08:06 PM
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Also what is everyones preference with a set up like mine wastegate or head studs? Or both?
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i had a fass 150 on mine it was a good pump. but it was so dang loud it off i will be adding an airdog shortly they are so much more quiet. your other ? i say studs and no waste gate. from ppl i have talked too that ran them said they seen no help. still blew hg. if anything just leave your egr cooler in place i kinda think it works some what the same in a way.

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The air dog is pretty noisey allso...

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my dad has the airdog with dual filters not sure the model but you cant even hear it with just the key on. on my truck if you was talking around my truck you didnt have to talk over my stacks you had to talk over the pump. its louder then the transfer pumps you use to pump diesel on a job site or on the farm
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