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Part #: PT901-01-0520

AirDog 901-01-0520 Fuel Module Upgrade Kit

1998.5-2012 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins (w/ Airdog, Raptor & More)
Part #: PT901-01-0520
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The AirDog Universal Fuel Module Upgrade Kit allows you to pull large quantities of fuel through your factory fuel module. This kit contains the hardware required to upgrade your existing fuel module for an Airdog or Raptor Pump.


  • Allows Removal Of In-Tank Pump (If Present)
  • Increases Flow Rate Of Stock Fuel Module
  • Fits Airdog, Raptor & Other Custom Fuel Systems
  • Features 1/2" Quick Connect Fitting

Note: Modification may be required if being used with a custom fuel system.


  • MFG. Number901-01-0520
  • Manufacturer NameAirDog by PureFlow
  • Shipping Weight2.00 lb.
  • Shipping Length12 in.
  • Shipping Width8 in.
  • Shipping Height5 in.


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I have a 1998.5 w in tank pump.can I put raptor in engine compartment if I get fuel mod upgrade kit I'm looking to put the pump back in the engine compartment so I can use orig fuel filter. If I get fuel mod upgrade can I get rid. Of in tank pump and replace with a raptor? And how much pressure will the raptor provide? Thanks
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If your lift pump is currently located in the fuel tank your best bet is to go with the Raptor fuel pump that is designed for vehicles that currently have an intake fuel pump.
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Does this help with the 1/4 tank issue that is normally seen when upgrading fuel pumps on a 24v Cummins?
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Yes! The AIRDOG 901-01-0520 FUEL MODULE UPGRADE KIT will allow for the fuel pickup to be relocated into the fuel module so that fuel starvation at low fuel levels is eliminated.

Can this be used for a fass fuel pump install?
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Yes it can.