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Old 03-13-2010, 11:53 AM
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Did it take your Injection Pump out?
 
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Yes it did... Thank God... somehow I was still under warranty... and I saw the final bill for it and everything was $2300
 
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how long did it take you to install it? also how much is dummy indicator light?
 
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Old 03-14-2010, 10:52 AM
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It took about 5 hours. Indicator lights are bout 60 bucks.
 
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just curious, I have my fuel pressure gauge screwed over my schrader valve but I am putting on an airdog and I got the 90 degree like you have. What I dont have is whatever that is that went into your 90 degree fitting. All I have is the braided line going to a needle valve into the sending unit. What do I need to get to go into the 90 degree fitting?

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I see now that is a sending unit that goes into the 90 degree fitting?? My Sending unit is different. I have electric glow shift.
 

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Originally Posted by cumminsman2002 View Post
just curious, I have my fuel pressure gauge screwed over my schrader valve but I am putting on an airdog and I got the 90 degree like you have. What I dont have is whatever that is that went into your 90 degree fitting. All I have is the braided line going to a needle valve into the sending unit. What do I need to get to go into the 90 degree fitting?

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I see now that is a sending unit that goes into the 90 degree fitting?? My Sending unit is different. I have electric glow shift.
welcome to db they sell a 1/8 pipe to shrader fitting
 
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I think I figured it out. Thanks for the input
 
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just curious since my own AD150 is still in the mail, what material is the top of the straw made out of? the part that the screw on fitting attatches to?
 
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone has a part number or where I could get that flared 90°elbow that connects to the fuel hose and injector pump. If anyone has any info please let me no which direction to go. Thanks
 
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