FASS Cummins Titanium Series Fuel Air Separation Systems
|The Titanium Series uses the same blueprint as our HD Series just in a
smaller package. It is designed for the pickup while utilizing all the
best features of the HD series. Built into a smaller compact version,
the Titanium Series offers flow rates up to 220gph. This size difference
allows you to tuck the pump closer to the frame for better clearance
and less visibility without sacrificing any of the features known to
FASS systems. The same motor used on the HD Series (class 8
applications) is also used on our Titanium Series, proving once again
that quality is #1 at FASS.
Note: High PSI applications only for use when required by injection pump mfg. 98.5-04 models with pump retrofitted in fuel tank will require 2005 - 2014 Kit
Titanium Series Filter Note: The
Titanium Series currently has two different filter versions. To confirm
which filter you need, it's best to check the part number on the filter
or the color of the pump.
If your Titanium Series Pump is Blue - This will require the FS-2001 filter. (Older Design)
If your Titanium Series Pump is Grey - This will require the FS-1001 filter. (New Pumps)
Stock to Moderate
(05-14 - 95 GPH) T D07 095G
(98.5-04.5 - 95 GPH) T D08 095G
(94-98 - 95 GPH) T D09 095G
(89-93 - 95 GPH) T D02 095G
Moderate To Extreme
(05-14 - 150 GPH) T D07 150G
(98.5-04.5 - 150 GPH) T D08 150G
(98.5-04.5 - 90 GPH @ 45PSI) T D08 090G
(94-98 - 125 GPH @ 45PSI) T D10 125G
(89-93 - 150 GPH) T D02 150G
(05-14 - 220 GPH @ 50PSI) T D07 220G
(98.5-04.5 - 220 GPH @ 50PSI) T D08 220G
(94-98 - 220 GPH @ 45 PSI) T D10 220G
The best, bar none!
10/15/2014 11:06 PM
I have an '01 VP powered truck with compound turbos, and I thought it had pretty good power before, but it dropped off hard in the high end. I had a Raptor pump which lead to the stock fuel bowl, the lines downsized to stock lines goto the VP44 on the other side of the bowl, which made a restriction. I used to have power drop off around 2400 RPM's, and I mean BAD. Only thing I changed was installing the new FASS 150 setup, and WOW! It definetly was a restriction, the power gained is no lie! And it will pull all the way through the powerband too, not to mention the truck runs a whole hell of a lot smoother especially at idle. The other part I didn't like about the Raptor pump, is that it would run all the time with the key on, and it was noisy as hell. You can't even hear the FASS running. It's damn quiet. I had to have one of the other techs at work flip the key over while I stuck my head next to it to listen. For the money you spend, you get a lift pump, a fuel pressure regulator, fuel filter, and water seperator, but most importantly, an insurance policy of good, reliable fuel pressure for that expensive VP44. I've tried FASS, Airdog, and Raptor... I'll never go with anything besides a FASS, ever again. Lastly, I ordered my product on a Sunday night, and I had it Tuesday morning. Can't beat it for free shipping either! XDP's service is second to none - I called up a couple years back to talk about tuners, and I was well taken care of by their staff. Never any hassles with these guys. Remember, the warranty states that if it isn't bought from a certified dealer, the warranty isn't honored. Those few bucks you might save on fleabay, and I mean few if you've shopped around for a FASS system, aren't worth being without a warranty!
So What it Buzzes
7/9/2014 12:21 AM
Just like my Hot Rod Days these babies sound a lot like Holly Vane Pumps, just not as Loud. you know its working and you can forget about that stupid block pump that fails without warning wasting your injection pump with it and leaving you walking! Performance changes where minimal in my Chevy 12 valve due to the fact I did minimal mods but the peace of mind and added filtration was a no brainer. Made my swap easy due to the fact the kit comes with all hoses and hardware. I used this baby after the tank selector so my dual tanks work great and I have steady fuel under all conditions.