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AirDog Raptor 4G Lift Pump - 100GPH - 01-10 GM Duramax

Thoroughbred Sku #: PFTR4SBC133
Manufacturer Sku #: R4SBC133

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Product Details

Product Name: Raptor 4G Lift Pump
Manufacturer: AirDog
Application: 2001-2010 Chevy Duramax

The Raptor 4G Lift Pump provides more fuel than stock for your all your performance needs! The Raptor 4G is the entry level fuel system that delivers performance on a budget. This pump is fully adjustable from 7 to 70psi. Prevent fuel starvation with the Raptor 4G!

  • Built-in adjustable diaphragm regulator
  • No return line needed
  • Flow rates of 100 gph
  • Easy installation

The new Raptor 4G takes design elements from the AirDog II-4G using the same 4 bearing motor assembly design with an intermediate shaft allowing for self-alignment of the gerotor resulting in lower amp loads on the motor. The outcome is an incredibly quiet and dependable fuel pump. The new Raptor 4G will feature a built in adjustable diaphragm style regulator, which allows for more consistent output pressures.

Raptor Lift Pump Installation Kit

Installation Kit Includes:

  • Relay Control Wiring Harness
  • Fuel Module Up-Grade (when required)
  • All Fuel Fittings Required
  • Mounting Hardware
  • 1/2" ID Fuel Line
  • Bracket & Spacer
  • Plastic Ties
  • Installation Manual


Reviews

  • I have a stock LBZ with Kory Willis PPEI DSP5 tunes. Max tune is +150HP over stock. I need a lift pump but I'm not sure what flow rate I need. Should I go with the 100 GPH or 150? Or do I even need to go up to 165? I have the PPEI race pressure relief valve delete plug and ported fuel rail fitting. Everything else is stock. Injector balance rates are perfect. CP3 is in good condition and is providing the correct fuel pressures. It just can't keep up with tune 4 or 5. Thanks for any help!

    Justin Terry | 2/25/2020

    I have a stock LBZ with Kory Willis PPEI DSP5 tunes. Max tune is 150HP over stock. I need a lift pump but I'm not sure what flow rate I need. Should I go with the 100 GPH or 150? Or do I even need to go up to 165? I have the PPEI race pressure relief valve delete plug and ported fuel rail fitting. Everything else is stock. Injector balance rates are perfect. CP3 is in good condition and is providing the correct fuel pressures. It just can't keep up with tune 4 or 5. Thanks for any help!

  • I’ve rebuilt my factory Fuel housing & I’m still having to manually prime my truck. Will this the Raptor 4G Lift Pump fix this problem?

    Dewayne | 1/3/2020

    Yes, the raptor will help, as long as you do not have a bad filter housing.

  • Does this kit come with the hook up for power an hose to the front Thnk u

    Ron bowers | 11/17/2019

    yes this kit will include everything you need for installation.

  • what is better this system or the ones with the filters? whats pros vs. cons? plz

    derek | 9/8/2019

    The pumps are the same in both kits. The raptor will flow through your existing stock filter(10 micron). The original airdog unit has filtration to (3micron) which means better filteration.

  • Looking for a lift pump to supply fuel to 671 turbo Detroit’s fuel will be pushed to mechanical pumps on motors. What is your suggestions?

    Russell | 4/5/2020

    What is the needed supply pressure for those pumps?  These Raptors can usually push up to 40 psi on some models,  but we do have class 8 offerings too.  Give us a call at 866 737 4966