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i asked this in 2 PM's but have yet to get a response from either one. i sent them to AirDog and PureFlowTech. here it is out in the open please respond. Originally Posted by Benjamin please answer my question I asked ya'll on 11-12-2009 ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 12-28-2009, 04:06 PM
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i asked this in 2 PM's but have yet to get a response from either one. i sent them to AirDog and PureFlowTech.

here it is out in the open please respond.

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please answer my question I asked ya'll on 11-12-2009

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I purchased my AD150 last week and was reading over everything before I attempt to install this beast of a pump and I noticed on the side of the pump it says 25-30PSI. It is going on a 1996 Dodge 3500 w/a worked P-pump pump, 5x16 injectors and a big set of twins. and maybe some nitrous if I am feeling lucky

Question is is there any way that I might be able to have the pump output increased to maybe 35-40psi? I'd hate to starve this pump. I am looking to make 600+hp on a good day so what do you recommend?

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Old 12-28-2009, 11:51 PM
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Well im no Airdog expert according to their site an ADII is adjustable and my guess would be a screw or electrical somewhere by the pump itself

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insane3639 is correct, the ADII is adjustable and would work for your application. It has an adjustable regulator on the back of the pump near the input from the tank.

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give airdog a call. they can help you. you can change springs in these things too. they told me i want about 38 psi on my 97 cummins puller. there is a guy at airdog that has a 97 puller to with a 165 adj. pump

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You said you have the AD150, if that is the case it is not the adjustable pump. You can just changed the spring in yours if you do not have the AD2. If the shop you got it from sent the right one it should have a 30psi spring in it. That should be enough for what you want to do. But if you do need more fuel, you can change to a 40psi spring pretty easy. You can get them from the shop you ordered the pump from. If they can not get it for you contact us we stock all the small and wearable parts for the airdog units.

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not too long after i posted this (within a week....) i received a PM from one of the techs at AD and he said they offer a spring that will up it to 40psi. he told me to call them and they would sell me one. i sent him a PM back asking for a phone number and a person's name to talk to and have yet to receive a PM back....
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not too long after i posted this (within a week....) i received a PM from one of the techs at AD and he said they offer a spring that will up it to 40psi. he told me to call them and they would sell me one. i sent him a PM back asking for a phone number and a person's name to talk to and have yet to receive a PM back....
Send me a PM with your name and address with a note that you need the 40psi spring I will get one out to you.

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Thanks Chuck (New Era Diesel) for getting me the spring and answering my questions. i still have yet to receive any response back from anyone at AirDog about this.
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