AirDog R2SBD050 100GPH Raptor Pump

2005-2012 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins (Stock To Moderate)
AirDog by PureFlow
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The PureFlow AirDog R2SBD050 100GPH Raptor Pump for your 2005-2012 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins allows more fuel to flow than a stock pump. If you have an upgraded, modified engine with larger injectors, performance tuning and more, then the Raptor Lift Pump can improve fuel flow for improved performance. A large, modified engine can starve for fuel if a better, high rate flow pump is not used. Kit includes quick connect fittings, wiring harness, mounting hardware, fuel line, mounting bracket and all required components for installation.


  • 100 GPH
  • Geroter Pump Design
  • No Return Line Needed
  • Single-Piece Pump Body
  • Built-In Adjustable Regulator (Preset @ 15-17 PSI)
  • Lifetime Limited Express Warranty

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(183 Ratings, 11 Reviews) Average Rating:
Pump failed on Cummins
Rick (Blacksburg,Va) 10/5/2014 9:08 AM
Our mechanic installed the Raptor pump after the factory pump failed, damaging the injection pump. The vehicle gets driven an average of once a week. The Raptor pump is 3 years old and the motor burned up without tripping any fuses. We also have had hard starting for some time as if air is in the fuel line. Hopefully they will stand tall and make this good. With the apparent heavy duty construction of the pump body it should far outlast the OEM pump but did not. If they stand behind this naturally I would change this rating with the assumption I just got a bad unit.
RP- 100 Performance
Louis Giesting (Batesville, IN) 12/29/2013 7:49 PM
I had this installed by one of the top diesel performance shops and had terrible luck with it. I think the pump did an ok job but they have no good way of picking up the fuel from the tank. I could not let the tank go below 5/8 tank otherwise it would start extremely hard. I took it back to the installer three different times to remedy the problem and finally after only 3000 miles I had them put a factory pump back in the tank. No wonder they have a lifetime warranty, it is the only way they could get anybody to put them in. The raptor was highly recommended when I bought it but after owning one I thought it was complete junk! don't waste you time going this route. buy the factory in tank pump and save yourself the trouble.
01 Six Speed
Bob (Port Orchard Wa) 9/5/2012 8:03 PM
Just Installed the Lift pump last night. Lucky for me the stock lift pump was still on the side of the block. Install wasnt to bad. Didnt have to lift the bed or drop the tank. Managed to squeeze my arm up there and get the lines on and off. Great pump for the price.
Tejas TJ
Brice (Texas) 2/12/2012 9:49 PM
The install went pretty smooth, hardest part was having to lift the bed to install the draw straw V in the fuel canister due to having an in-tank pump. After the install I was having fuel pressure flucuation issues. Pump would average 17 idle, 15 driving but would have erratic fuel pressure that would drop to 0 go to 5 back to 0 then shoot up to 10 then sit at 15. After talking with Kyle at Pureflow he sent me a replacement pump. The day UPS delivered the pump, the pump died on my wife and left her on the side of the road. I don't know what caused the pump to die but it didn't blow the fuse in the harness. I put the new replacement pump Pureflow sent me and after driving 10 miles it's acting up again but it seems worse. I don't know what to do now, but I wouldn't suggest this pump to anyone. Maybe it's getting air in the lines, but I've checked them so many times and it did it with a full tank. Maybe it's to much pump for the ECM (OEM lift pump)I'm actually considering running a Holley Black pump now.
justin jordan (mount juliet, TN) 11/28/2011 9:46 PM
a great buy for the money