A1000 Carbureted Bypass Regulator
Full volume at perfect pressure, the A1000 Regulator was designed for use withour Marine A1000 Fuel Pump or any similar style pump. This regulator is perfect for naturally aspirated or blow-through turbo-charged or supercharged engines. Base fuel pressure adjustable from 3-15 PSI. (1) ORB-10 inlet port and (1) ORB-8 return port. (2) ORB-6 outlet ports and 1/8' NPT gauge port. Fuel pressure rises on a 1:1 ratio when referencing boost.
Converting fuel injection to carburetion? Then this is your regulator... Features Note: Requires -8AN return line from bottom of regulator back to top of the tank.
CNC-machined from billet aluminum, this bypass fuel pressure regulator is alcohol-compatible and ideal for naturally-aspirated or supercharged applications. While still using your EFI fuel pump, the regulator's base pressure (with vacuum disconnect) is adjustable from 3 to 15 psi. When referencing boost, fuel pressure will rise on a 1:1 ratio. The A1000 delivers volume at perfect pressure right to your carburetor.
Offered in sizes based on your application. Kits include fittings (inlet, outlet, return) and JEGS fuel gauge.
Converting fuel injection to carburetion? Then this is your regulator...
Note: Requires -8AN return line from bottom of regulator back to top of the tank.A1000 Carbureted Bypass Regulator Fitting Kits
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