Mike Goss: What does this do for your truck,I have 12 Dmax just hit 85000 bought it
with 6, been running power service every fill up
stang3forty7: have you had any issues with the pump? Been considering one, but I keep
hearing about both FASS and AD pump failures.
Jesse Hart: General Gades a cat back won't help airflow much a turbo back does more
benefits I have a lift pump S&B intake Edge programmer and 4 inch Turbo
back on my 2006 lbz I retain the factory Egr and no issues with it I have
over 300,000 miles on it use it for heavy towing long trips and I'll
rebuild it before I buy this new junk
Kevin Rogers: bad ass looking truck dude! had a set of injectors done yet?
Chris Wilson: Did you end up running just the AD2 and deleting the under-hood filter or
did you keep it there. I'm installing my new injectors and would like some
advice on the best way to filter the fuel... How's the AD2 working out for
you? Like it?
KodRacing741: Just unscrew the filters and I stall new ones then turn the key on but
don't start the truck let the filters prime first
Mike: Ha Ha!... EGR, DPF, DEF... My LB7 doesn't know what that stuff is!
General Gades: Also not looking to spend a fortune on mine just extend its life and mpg.
An Egr delete will cost me 1200 where a cooler upgrade 400. Plus no risk of
emmisions. Just wondering what you thought about that system of air dog
reccomend or what you think in regard to making a diesel duramax stay for a
builderx16: How did you determind your truck isnt using #3? My Fuse box cover clearly
shows that for the diesel it is designated as Fuel HT which Im assuming is
Fuel Heater for cold weather?
svt89: @KodRacing741 Was it worth it i wanna put one on my 6.4powerstroke.
READYtoGETdirty: ur duramax sopunds like ours
BMAN89IROCZ: Thanks for the video bud, I just ordered mine tonight I'm pretty excited to
get the bitch on. Same 03 Dmax... But I do have a couple questions for ya.
PM me on here if it's easier, thanks man!
KodRacing741: so r u gonna look into getting an airdog now that u got it fixed?
Trevor Candelaria: Did you have to drop your tank to get to the fittings on top of the fuel
AmmoMaster: frank ,, calm down...... you cant regulate the fuel pressure on a AD100 or
AD150 , ONLY the Raptor or AD2165 amont other brands allow you to regulate
fuel pressure... for the life of me I dont understand why this is important
BRANDON WILSON: how long have you had those nitto mud grapplers they look pretty worn down?
Erol Downey: nice truck man
AmmoMaster: Hard to tell but if your engine is stock other then exhaust and intake and
tunner then you should have used the Airdog 100 as it is good to 500 HP..
the AD150 is overkill and even the Airdog people say on their web site that
over time you can damage your stock high pressure pump if your engine
doesnt require the extra pressure the AD150 delivers,, basically you MUST
have large flowing injectors if you run a AD150,, more is not always
better. uee ALL the parts in the kit, cut excess fuel hose off
KodRacing741: No I didnt have to with the AD150, i think with the AD2 you have to. The
Duramax has a 1/2" pick up already so u can just use the factory pick up
instead of the draw tube.
logan faehr: How did you make your stars lime green?
Perfectleaf1975: How to you change the filters to Put new ones on .... Thank you.
JohnsDurmax: Thanks for the feed back. I found the problem a few days ago had a hole in
the suction side of the fuel line. Have no idea how it was running at all.
But it is fixed now.
Cameron Hartshorn: @JohnsDurmax You could start by dropping the tank and looking at the fuel
pickup in the tank
KodRacing741: Just un screw them from the back side of the plastic cover and sand blast
them, then paint them and bake them in the oven at 110 deg for 10 mins then
re paint and bake again
somekid908: I have a 2002 LB7 and i think my stock pump is toast. Would you recommend
this as a replacement to the stock pump? Truck wont start and thee
batteries are at the voltage they should be. Turns over fine just wont go
the extra step. Started it this morning, idled for a few seconds and died.
Tried jumping it to and it cranked over hard, just would run.
DaJokrz: @Gades117 - If your looking to prolong the life of your truck, the most
common recommendations are to delete or block the egr, and reroute the pcv
system. If you have no plans of racing and want a lift pump, look into a
raptor or airdog 100. You don't need to bother with the stock intake system
unless you just want bling under the hood. 4" exhaust is plenty, but 5" is
common just for the noise. Best option to increase mpg is to run efi live.
It's cleaner then any canned tuner such as edge
Joey: I know its unrelated but what size lift is that, front and rear
frank alonso jr: How do you regulate the fuel pressure on it????? ASAP need the info!
Marty J: How did you disconnect the fuel line pickup above the tank?
KodRacing741: To remove the fuel line go buy the metal disconnect tool and wedge your
hand up there and hope like hell u can get it to disconnect lol
KodRacing741: Ya well worth it, not only better filtration but also helps the cp3 if your
running higher tunes that need fuel. Seems to run a little quieter and a
little better fuel mileage
JohnsDurmax: I was looking into buying the airdog system. But now have a new problem. I
just upgraded my transmission when I got my truck back it did not one to
run. For some reason it keeps sucking air and the fuel is really air up. No
matter how much I bleed it still has air trapped. Any thoughts on that
would be app.
General Gades: Thats one badass truck btw Leather power and custom
alexsweldingservice: can you use this to bypass the cooler or is it still running though it?
Jeff Johnson: do buy a air dog noting but problems 2 motor in 2 yeags
C11376: i have a 2006 chevy duramax turbo diesel, it is all stock except for a 5''
exhaust and a edge evolution programmer, i want to get a lift pump for it
but i dont know what size and make can you help me, i hve been looking at
Cory mcIlveen: What bumper do you have man beautiful truck !
KodRacing741: It's not number 3 I'll have to take a look
General Gades: Looking to enjoy my new 07 duramax lbz however I was wondering what all I
should do to the vehicle? I was contemplating three things and thats it.
One a catback exhaust cause dyno shows this system works as good as turbo
till 3k rpms, two a airdog 150 to extend lift and injector pump life, and
three a lifetime sinister Egr cooler upgrade that will not clog. That way I
would be able to enjoy my diesel and extend its life. What did you do or
recommend? I dont need to race mine just drive it
installing a Airdog 150 on a chevy duramax LB74.7
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