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Hey guys just wanted some advice on my fuel system
Aeromotive 13301 - Aeromotive Universal Bypass Regulators
Fuel Pressure Regulator, 3-65 psi, Red and Black Anodized, Universal, Each
-10 inlet line
-10 return line
Aeromotive Manufacturer's Part Number 18662
Part Type Fuel Cells
Product Line Aeromotive Eliminator Stealth Fuel Cells
Summit Racing Part Number AEI-18662

Capacity 15 gallons
Fuel Cell Color Natural
Fuel Cell Material Aluminum
Foam No
Sending Unit Included Yes
Sender Ohm Range 0 ohms empty, 90 ohms full
Eliminator Fuel Pump Aeromotive


I have everything but the cell and pump...just wanted some input am I going the right direction?

combo F1R 468BBC Brodix BB2 plus heads 9.5:1 I'm one to like to over kill the fuel system so I won't have to go back and redo it over...

Thanks for and suggestions
 

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Well, that regulator is definitely not in the "overkill" catagory. I run it on my set up but you will be using a lot more fuel that I do! It has 3/8 pipe threads. Most guys with big horsepower like the 13202 better FWIW.
 

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Aeromotive says that reg will support 250gph , but like Greg said , most guys like the 13202 better .

13301 ....... "Capable of regulating any fuel pump between 100 and 250 GPH."

Thats about 1500 lbs/hr
 

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Aeromotive says that reg will support 250gph , but like Greg said , most guys like the 13202 better .

13301 ....... "Capable of regulating any fuel pump between 100 and 250 GPH."

Thats about 1500 lbs/hr
So what horsepower will the regulator support... carb not EFI...
 

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Grr... shows the one I have is rated to 1000hp...ordering 13202 now... thanks better to do it now then later....
 

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I run the 13212. It has one -10 inlet, one -10 outlet and a -8 return. I run the outlet to a -10 to (2) -8 "Y" fitting before the carb inlets.
 
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