-10AN In-Line Fuel Filters
Billet, in-line housing with -10 AN ports and hi-flow 10-micron (fine) fabric element. Red, type II bright dip anodized. Recommended after fuel pump. 5'' long X 2'' diameter. Flows 2,000 lb/hr with a pressure drop of less than 1 PSI.
An inexpensive insurance policy to protect your investment, proper filtration is key to fuel system performance. Engineered filter solutions are required to achieve protection with minimum restriction. For 200 3,000 plus HP applications, our filter assemblies offer unmatched flow, ease of installation and maintenance, along with the impeccable machining and finish youve come to expect from all Aeromotive components. High-flow, 10-micron fabric (fine) replaceable element. Flows 2,000 lb/hr with a pressure drop of less than 1 PSI. Compact size: 5.5" long x 2" diameter. ORB-10 ports. Fittings available to adapt these filters to AN-10, -08 and -06 line sizes. All filter assemblies feature an O-ring for positive sealing in high pressure applications. CNC-machined from 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum. Bright dip red anodized finish for a corrosion resistant, show car quality appearance.
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