the AirDog II different than the Original
Airdog? The AirDog II for the Dodge Cummins incorporates
the demand flow. This means that it returns the smallest amount
of fuel to the tank because most of it is recycled in the engine
case itself. This small amount of fuel is taking the entrained
air back to the tank rather than running to your engine. The
AirDog II for the Cummins also has an adjustable fuel pressure
regulator that you can set yourself for your application. Another
feature is the high flow fuel module upgrade kit which eliminates
the 1/4 tank issues associated with the Original AirDog application
and most other fuel system setups. The return flushes back to
the fuel basket or the fill neck to keep the fuel always supplied
to the pump itself.
& Compact: ONLY 7”L X 10”T X 3.2”W
the AirDog® TRADITION with NEW and UNIQUE FEATURES!
DEMAND FLOW TECHNOLOGY Draws Fuel Straight From the Module!
MORE Quarter Tank Fuel Problems!
NO MORE Drilling Holes in Your Fuel Tank to Install an Aftermarket
Dual Feed Gerotor Pump: Quiet, Efficient, Long Lasting!
patented AirDog® II system removes entrained air/vapor
from diesel fuel which improves engine performance by:
Correct Injection Timing
Spray Pattern Disruption
for a Full Power Stroke and Complete Burn
AirDog® II also overcomes loss of power for diesel engines
operating at higher altitudes.
& Compact: ONLY 7"L X 10"T X 3.2"W
Feed Gerotor Pump: Quiet, Efficient, Long Lasting!
II Installation Kit
All-Inclusive Installation Kit includes:
Control Wiring Harness
Module Up-Grade (when required)
Fuel Fittings Required
ID Fuel Line
ID Air/Vapor Return Line
II Bracket & Spacer
kits will require dropping the tank or installing a suction
All AirDog® 150 & AirDog® II 200 Systems
that is equipped with an in tank fuel pump will require a
suction tube or module upgrade kit.
pump do I need for my truck?
AirDog® and AirDog® II 100 units are recommended for
up to 500 horsepower.
150 and AirDog® II 165 units are recommended for horsepower
up to 800.
II 200 units are recommended for anything that exceeds 800
daily drive my truck and it is only 300 horsepower. Will running
an AirDog® 150 or AirDog® II 165 hurt anything?
No it will not hurt the pump. But it could cause you headaches
down the road. Running way too much fuel to an injection pump
that can't handle it can cause an increase in fuel pressure,
which on some trucks could cause damage to that injection
pump and possibly cause it to fail. Running a pump to fit
your horsepower is suggested and will help keep you away from
small potential issues.
is the difference between the AirDog® 100 and AirDog®
Physically there are not differences. The pumps are the exact
same size. The AirDog® 100 motor is a 2000 r.p.m. motor
and the AirDog® 150 motor is a 3000 r.p.m. motor. The
differences between the two are as described. The AirDog®
100 is a 100 g.p.h. pump. The AirDog® 150 is a 150 g.p.h.
pump. Depending on the application, the installation kits
will differ as well.
have a Ford truck that I have put a Cummins engine in. What
kit do I need?
With all unique truck builds. It is possible to need a miscellaneous
part or two. When picking one of our products to fit your
truck. You will need to get the kit that fits the engine for
what you are running. Example: 2005 Ford with a Cummins out
of a 2001 Dodge. You will need a kit for a 2001 Dodge.