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2001 2wd Quad Cab Long Bed FASS 150 pics

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Old 06-08-2017, 09:33 AM
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Default 2001 2wd Quad Cab Long Bed FASS 150 pics

Hello,
I just finished the install of my FASS 150 w/draw straw yesterday. I guess maybe the 01 is different as I didnt see any video that showed my 2nd gen tank type. Anyhow, I didnt feel I had enough room to put the bulkhead right next to the sending unit, I was worried about the corners being to close and the oring not sealing so I put in the the most forward hump in the tank. The fitting included would not clear so I had to buy two 90 degree (street) elbows and two AN w/push lock. As you can see in the pics it cleared with the elbows and AN's.
Anyway, just wanted to give this info that I discovered as it might help someone in the future.
NOW comes the fun part, I will be installing my IQuad Bluetooth in about an hour!!!!!




 
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Hello,
Just wanted to say the FASS 150 install is doing well still. NO issues what so ever. I also upgraded the exhaust to 5" diamond eye with the 4" down pipe, w/muffler and it sounds really good. Its actually much quieter then I thought it would be.
Next on the list is a new turbo and injectors. I would like to be 400-500 hp, no clue what combination would be good for an automatic that does not tow much, its more of an everyday driver hot diesel truck. Any suggestions are welcome.
 

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