|06-29-2019, 07:55 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2008
Aeromotive PWM fuel pump controller
Anyone use the Aeromotive PWM fuel pump controller 16306?
I run a Magnafuel 500 fuel pump on a street/strip car. Pump get hot after a half hour of cruising around. No need for all that fuel and the pump to be working that hard when im putting around town at 2000 rpm.
See some use it on the A1000 pumps. Anyone use the controller on a Magnafuel 500 pump?
|06-29-2019, 09:01 AM||#2|
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Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: DFW TEXAS
Re: Aeromotive PWM fuel pump controller
I haven't used it on a Magnafuel pump. But I have use it on my Aeromotive Eliminator Pump:
And on my Dual Phantom pump:
It should work on yours. The instruction's say for any pump.
For any pump, on any type of vehicle, the Aeromotive Fuel Pump Speed Controller (FPSC) minimizes fuel heating and vapor-lock problems by matching the duty cycle of the fuel pump to engine RPM. At low demand, the FPSC slows the fuel pump down, reducing the chance of suction side cavitation and vapor lock. When demand increases, the FPSC returns the fuel pump to 100% duty cycle for maximum flow. It’s like an automatic transmission for your fuel pump.
It works real well. My eliminator pump was way to loud and got to hot for everyday driving. The controller fixed all that.
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