Fuel Filter Elements
Recommended for applications burning pump gas, racing gas, diesel fuel, jet fuel, av-gas, etc. Approved for use in alcohol fuels including ethanol and methanol. Over 90-sq. inches of element surface area supports extreme flow while providing good service life. Cleanable 100-micron Stainless Steel mesh construction. Flow capacity of up to 1,600 GPH (26.6 GPM) with less than 1-PSI pressure drop. Supports up to 14,700 plus Flywheel HP, Forced Induction, on gasoline. Supports up to 10,600 Flywheel HP, Forced Induction on Ethanol. Supports up to 5,000 Flywheel HP, Forced Induction on Methanol. Ideal as a pre-pump filter with gasoline, ethanol and Methanol burning engines with medium to large Aeromotive fuel pumps from the Eliminator pump through the 6 Series Mechanical pump. Popular as a post pump filter with 12 Series (belt and hex driven) mechanical fuel pumps and Aeromotive Spur Gear Pumps up to 32 GPM.
Fuel Filters for Street or Strip Vehicles
Aeromotive In-Line Fuel Filters are designed to be used in vehicles ranging from 200 to 2000+ HP, feature unmatched flow, easy installation, and simple maintenance. Aeromotive has come to offer one of the broadest and finest selections of performance fuel filters, including a Platinum Series with a show-quality finish.
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