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Old 11-28-2012, 07:47 AM
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Aeromotive Pump?

Has anyone ever done a DIY electric fuel system with an aeromotive eliminator pump? They seem to be a pretty beefy pump by comparison to some of the other electric pumps I see being used.
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Old 11-28-2012, 01:24 PM
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whats the flow rate??
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Old 11-28-2012, 03:02 PM
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I like easily foundable and cheaply replaceable pumps like the Airtex 2366 I paid $45 on ebay for (advance has them for $89) I've been running this pump for 8 months now right on top of the engine. I also bought a cheap $25 fuel pressure regulator for regulated return. It's on my build thread in my sig somewhere.
I'm running Rosewood Stage 1's, a TW 6 pos. chip, 5" turbo back exhaust, and a Tymar Style intake. It keeps the pressure up throughout the power band.

works fer me....
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Old 11-28-2012, 03:55 PM
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About 900 lbs/hr. Whatever that means. Is that pounds of fuel? Why not just put it in gallons per hr/min like everyone else?
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Got it, it flows 149.85 gallons/hr

The Bosche 044 pump under mine flows 80 g/hr and is good to 250/100 injectors (Beans Diesel). It's on amazon right now for $185. At half of the price mine will do all I need... for now. Just don't think the Aero is worth $400. To each their own though.
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ohhh its an A1000.... a lot of guys run them on big fuel systems, over kill i think tho
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my buddy wants to sell me his a1000 out of his evo 8 for a decent price, has filters to go with it but can that pump be re used for a diesel application from a gasser? just gotta run filters rite?
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:25 AM
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Kris,

the OP was talking about a 11104 pump. The A1000 has a simple setup and yes it's multi-fuel. Snag that thing.



Efuel done.
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thats all i would need to do e fuel? and is the a1000 up to snuff to keep me supplied? do i have to sump my tanks for this?
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:06 PM
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Ooh, now that I'm reading the install directions these Aeromotive pumps seem to be designed for racing first DD last. It does need to have extra parts installed to run longer than 30 minutes and the tanks do need sumps built into them.


Well they sounded great, now they only sound expensive.


Installation instructions:

http://aeromotiveinc.com/wp-content/...1/10/11101.pdf
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