ok guys so what lift pump do yall recommend. i hear air dog is lifetime warranty, and alot of people love their FASS. does FASS have a lifetime warranty? What other lift pumps are worth getting?
Cummins only has one fuel filter from the factory, so while two would obviously do a better job I think one can get it done. If you really want another one you can make your who secondary filter for like $50.but can that single filter clean up all the water, air, and debris? i have yet to sse one that does.
on the cummins factory set up, the housing itself is designed to separate water, and SOME debris, but not air.Cummins only has one fuel filter from the factory, so while two would obviously do a better job I think one can get it done. If you really want another one you can make your who secondary filter for like $50.
Oh yeah, I agree the more filtration the better, but I was just playing Devils advocate in saying could get it done, not as well as multiple but it could. Currently I have a Baldwin filter in my canister and that is it, but I have a cat filter ready and waiting to go in I just need some time to do it.on the cummins factory set up, the housing itself is designed to separate water, and SOME debris, but not air.
after a few years of injector issues bosch demanded a better filter, dodge came back with a 7 micron filter, while better it still is not what us as performance buyers need, once you go past stock HP things change drasticly.
Bosch, has stated several times, that there are several causes of injector failures.
(1) debris of 3-10 microns is the #1 cause of wear in a highly pressurized injector(CR).
(2) water contamination causes rust and deformation of criticle and expensive fuel system parts, and causes poor performance.
(3) air in the fuel stream will do two things, (1) it will take the place of lubricating fuel causeing heat and lots of wear, the heat created will cause a chemicle change of steam or water, again causeing wear and debris, and again causeing issues down the road and poor performance.
while this is very short in description, this is absolutely true!
pretty much the same but the airdog dosent require any drilling of the frame to install the pump bracket and the airdog mounts inside the frame. Not familair with the elimintor install or were it mounts exactly. Im sure Brian will let us knowAre all systems basically the same to install? Are there some that are easier then others?