A3000 Fuel Pump
Exceptional Fuel Flow Performance for More Victories
The award-winning A3000 Fuel Pump has the same basic design and functionality as the A2000 Fuel Pump but with less weight, over 1 gpm more flow at pressure, and mounting versatility. Such improvements provide racers with the installation & pressure control options needed to beat the competition.
- Lightweight 5.1 pounds
- Alcohol/Methanol/E85 Compatible
- New -12AN O-Ring Inlet, -10AN O-Ring Outlet
- 6.8 gpm at 5 psi (13.5V over 400 gph)
- 7.8 gpm at 5 psi (16V over 460 gph)
- Compact Design for Mounting Flexibility
- 15% More Flow vs. A2000 Across Pressure Range
- Removable Filter Can Be Run in Separate Location
- Removable Regulator Can Be Run as True Bypass Regulator
- True Diaphragm-Controlled Bypass Regulator Built into Pump
- Integrated 100-Micron Pre-Filter Can Be Clocked in 45º Increments
- Provides Smoother, More Controlled Flow & Pressure over A2000, Plus Dampens Pressure Spikes
- Multiple Bolt Patterns on Pump Base Fit Most Chassis Mounting Options, Including Competitor Pumps
- Bolt Pattern Matches Aeromotive Stackable Regulator 027-13217 for Exceptional Pressure Control & Nitrous Fuel System Solutions
- Modular Design Allows for Seperating and Rotating Components for Optimal Mounting Clearance.
Note: Carburetor Pump Only - Not to be used with Fuel Injection
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