Revolutionary design provides two independent pressureadjustments; one adjustment for idle and one for wide open throttle. Engineered for use with variable volume pumps tied to engine RPM. This regulator creates the smoothest and most repeatable fuel curve from idle to wide open throttle of any bypass system. ORB-10 return port. 1/8' NPT gauge port. Provides superior pressure control and flow when installed before the carburetor or after a fuel log. P/N 13214 available with fuel log P/N 14201 or 14202, fittings and gauge as P/N 17249 or 17251.
Dynamic flow and rock steady pressure make this regulator perfect for naturally aspirated or carbureted blow-through applications. The A2000 Bypass Regulator provides unmatched boost reference and high flow capacity. Compatible with any high volume electric or mechanical fuel pump.
- Down to 3 psi @ Idle. Up to 18 psi @ WOT.
- Bypass design provides the ultimate, dynamic fuel delivery system (Requires AN-10 return line).
- Fuel pressure rises on a 1:1 ratio when referencing boost.
- -10AN O-Ring inlet and return ports.
- Provides (1) -10AN O-Ring outlet port.
- Gas, Alcohol, and E85 Compatible
- High pressure, boost reference applications require high volume, high pressure fuel pumps. EFI capable, electric or mechanical pumps like the Aeromotive Pro-Series (P/N 11102), Eliminator (P/N 11104), or Belt Drive Fuel Pump (P/N 11105) are strongly recommended.
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