AirDog Raptor RP-150 Fuel Pump (150 GPH) "Quick Connect"

From $415.00 to $445.00
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Dodge Cummins & GM Duramax (Moderate to Extreme Engines)
AirDog by PureFlow
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NEW Quick Connect / Dis-Connect Fittings - Drops Installation Time 30-45 Minutes!
HIGH END Gearotor Pump Featuring:

  A built in ADJUSTABLE REGULATOR, No Return Line Needed
  15/16,000 hour Electric Motor
  Flow Rates of 150 GPH
  VacU Seal Technology (Shaft Seals Under Vacuum Instead Of Pressure for Long Life)
  Wire Screen in Inlet Port for Added Protection
  Complete Installation Kit With: No Drill Mounting Bracket, Wiring Harness, AND
  1/2” Big Line Fuel Lines are Standard.


Install Sheets

Raptor Dodge 1998.5 - 2002

Raptor Dodge 2003-2004.5

Raptor Dodge 1994-1998

Raptor Dodge 2005-2007

Raptor Duramax

*Note: 03-04 Dodge Trucks with in-tank pump will require a Fuel Module Upgrade or Suction Tube Kit.

Application Guide:
1992-2000 GM 6.5L R2SBC135
2001-2010 GM Duramax R2SBC136
1989-1993 Dodge Cummins R2SBD349
1994-1998 Dodge Cummins R2SBD051
1994-1998 Dodge Cummins (70psi) R2SPBF359
1998.5-2002 Dodge Cummins R2SBD052
2003-2004 Dodge Cummins R2SBD325
2005-2012 Dodge Cummins R2SBD053

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(117 Ratings, 12 Reviews) Average Rating:
Coy (Michigan) 6/29/2015 9:56 PM
Went through 2 raptors in a year. Second one stopped pumping, went to warranty it again and they told me to take it apart and pull the gears out before they warranty. I didn't make the pump I shouldn't have to work on it. Garbage pump would never recommend it. I now run a fass 150 gph titanium. Worth spending the extra money from the start.
Thought I found a fix for oem replacement junk
Ryan (Southern Ca) 10/4/2013 2:55 PM
I kept burning up oem replacement pumps on my 7.3 powerstroke, I found this pump and it looked like it was going to take care of my problems. It worked beautifully for about 6 months and then my fuel pressure started to droped. Towards the end of its life, it pumped consistently at 30psi which my truck seemed to run ok on. I though it was just breaking in and that's where it wanted to pump at. But after about 3 month of that, it pumped enough pressure to get me far enough away from my house that I had to have it towed back home. Ive been off work for a week now. It wont be here for another 4 days. This thing has cost be a lot of money. Not to mention it cost a lot just to purchase it. Invest the money in one of the better systems. They have better results so Ive read.
Craig (Hailey,ID) 3/16/2013 10:53 AM
I have had the pump on my truck for 2 years it just went out. When the pump was installed it was very loud. The pump had the same problem of blowing fuses and sounding louder than when it was installed. I now ordered a fass 95 titanium and already installed it. It is half as loud and it also got rid of all injector noise as well. My son also had an Air Dog 150 and lost his pump as well. When they work it is great but i need more reliability.
Jimmy (va) 6/29/2011 1:30 PM
i installed on my 1999 dodge ram 3500 4x4 diesel this is a great pump very reliable super easily installed great value for the money and it is very quiet compared to air dogg and fass systems no annoying hummm just wish it came with a 1/2 in line from filter to injector pump would buy again best on market cheap and great value
Bad design?
JasonV (Puyallup, WA) 5/12/2011 6:40 PM
I came across Jack's review while looking for a new Raptor to replace my old one. Very interesting as I have had much the same experience. My Raptor left my family of 6 stranded on I5 in Seattle at night, in the dark, halfway blocking the right lane against a barrier. Semi trucks whizzing by barely missing us for an hour and couldn't even get out of the truck. Come to find out the fuse was blown. Mechanic had no clue. He felt the pump was drawing too much power for the stock circuit, so he created a completely new circuit. Cost me $1000. Pump died again recently, so I was thinking another fuse or relay in the new circuit. Nope, I see wires that got hot leading to the pump. So I pulled the end cap off. Soon as I loosened the screws it starts draining fluid. If Jack is right, it was fuel. But the grommet where the wires enter the pump was loose, so it could have been water. It smelled so bad (like burning electrical) I couldn't even tell whether it was fuel or just dirty water. Bottom line, the pump is burned up. Completely charred, melted etc in the motor. I think I'll be looking for a different pump. I had to get this pump installed quickly because of a failed OE lift pump. The company I bought it from did not send me the warranty card, so I had to call them and ask them for it. However, the card required a serial number and I couldn't read it once the pump was installed. Ok, well, there's still a 1 year warranty right? Too bad, my pump is 13 months old.