Aem 320 Fuel Pump

Aem 320 Fuel Pump

Revised Stream Rankings for AEM Excessive Stream In-Tank & Inline Gas Pumps

AEM has up to date the stream ratings of its In-Tank and Inline Excessive Stream Gas Pumps! AEM In-Tank gasoline pumps are now rated at 340lph @ 40 PSI gasoline strain, and Inline Aem 320 Fuel Pump are rated at 400lph @ 40 PSI gasoline pressure.

IN-TANK FUEL PUMPS

AEM’s Excessive Stream In-Tank Gas Pumps (PN 50-a thousand, 50-1200, 50-1215 & 50-1220) are designed for high performance naturally aspirated and compelled induction EFI vehicles. Our In-tank pumps stream up to 340LPH (ninety GPH) at 40 PSI and are able to supporting over 1,000 HP at forty three PSI.

AEM black anodized in-tank gasoline pumps are to be used with gasoline only and green top ‘E85’ gasoline pumps are compatible with E100 ethanol, M100 methanol and all gasoline types. AEM’s E85-compatible Excessive Stream In-Tank Gas Pumps characteristic sturdy inner development that is designed to resist the low lubricity characteristics of ethanol and methanol fuels.

INLINE FUEL PUMPS

AEM’s Inline Excessive Stream Aem 320 Fuel Pump might be put in externally or in-tank using optional hardware that is offered separately. Both AEM Inline Gas Pumps make the most of the trade normal “044 Type” envelope.

The PN 50-1005 Excessive Stream Inline Gas Pump has -10 AN feminine inlet and -eight AN male outlet connections for simple set up on new functions and for quick replacement of current competitor gasoline pumps.

The PN 50-1009 Metric Excessive-Stream Inline Gas Pump has an M18X1.5 feminine inlet and M12x1.5 male outlet, making it the best direct replacement improve for 044 gasoline pumps.

Both AEM Excessive Stream Inline Gas Pumps are able to supporting over 1,200 HP normally aspirated and 860 HP at 30 psi increase*. These gasoline pumps stream 400lph (one zero five gph) at 40 PSI, 340 lph (ninety gph) at 73 PSI, and 270 lph (71 gph) at a hundred and twenty PSI. AEM 400LPH Inline Gas Pumps are rated for blended ethanol fuels (E85/E90), however the use of a hundred% alcohol fuels could diminish pump life.

*Power score given using gasoline and assuming a base gasoline strain of forty three PSI, 13.5v at the pump, 6.2 lbs/gal with a BSFC of 0.65. Boost gasoline strain is assumed to be the base strain of forty three PSI + increase pressure. Stream capability for horsepower support is in the end depending on gasoline hose diameter, and system electrical voltage and amperage capabilities.

AEM HIGH FLOW INLINE FUEL PUMPS MAY BE USED SOLELY ON VEHICLES USED IN SANCTIONED COMPETITION WHICH MAY NEVER BE USED UPON A PUBLIC ROAD OR HIGHWAY, UNLESS PERMITTED BY SPECIFIC REGULATORY EXEMPTION (VISIT THE “EMISSIONS” FOR STATE BY STATE DETAILS. INSTALLERS/USERS LOCATED OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES SHOULD ACT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR LOCAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS.

IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLER AND/OR USER OF THIS PRODUCT TO ENSURE THAT IT IS USED IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE LAWS AND REGULATIONS, AND THIS PRODUCT MUST NOT BE PURCHASED IF THE INTENT IS TO USE IT IN AN UNLAWFUL MANNER.

About AEM

Advanced Engine Administration’s performance electronics are Engineered to Outperform. The corporate designs, manufactures and assembles engine management systems, digital sprint displays, wideband air/gasoline systems, water/methanol injection systems, performance gauges, data loggers, increase controllers, ignition parts, gasoline supply parts and adjustable cam gears at its corporate headquarters in Hawthorne, CA.