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Old 06-11-2009, 11:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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AirDog II DF-150 or DF-165???

Im looking at purchasing the AirDog II system and see there is a 100 GPH, 150 GPH, and 165 which has an adjustable regulator. My question would be why anyone would get the non-adjustable regulator version when its the same price as the adjustable one? Is the adjstable one for the more advanced user?
Also, any thoughts about also doing a CP3 mod like Arson Jr? After reading some previous posts, I realize I am running out of fuel also on the 175 XRT tune.
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Old 06-11-2009, 11:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Only the airdog II is adjustable and it is the 165 version which comes with the canister mod. The 100's and 150's are the regular non-adjustable one's and use the "draw straw" pick up. But they are cheaper.... The airdog II cost more but I think its worth it, i just ordered mine this week, I should have it tommorow.
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You can get the airdog II in the 100, 150 or 165 but the 165 is the only one with the adjustable reg.
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If they are not adjustable then they are not an airdog II....? Correct??? I could be wrong, but the 100's and 150's I thought where just regular airdogs and the airdog II is a 165 because it incorprates the demand flow, which means it returns less to the tank, the remaining fuel recirculates in the pump its self untill needed.... I have not seen an airdog II that was an 100 or 150, could you show me where you can find these....
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Yes, you can get the 100 or 150 in a AirDog II. The 165 is the most popular in the II since it is adjustable.

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does the airdog II have the canister mod? or draw straw?
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does the airdog II have the canister mod? or draw straw?
The AirDog II has the canister included.

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Old 06-24-2009, 11:39 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Okay I see the easiest way to go will be installing an AirDog II. But why is the reg pre-set to 5psi? That's a little low for our systems isn't it?
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I think mine was set right around 20... i dont remember exactly but i ended up setting it at 23.
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AirDog II 165 units come with adjustable regulators. The AirDog II 100 and 150 and pre set regulators. They still take on the new demand flow style pump with 1/4" return line. The systems pressures will be determined by what year of truck it is ordered for. At the moment the AirDog II 165 adjustable and 100-150 pre set systems are set at the same price. That will soon change though. Let me know if you have any questions. I will be glad to help. Thanks
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Yeah I have a question:
Why do no vendor sites list the AD II 150?
And do all AD II models have the bucket kit?
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