Aeromotive Universal Bypass Regulator
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Universal Bypass Regulator
Note: Requires a return line to be installed from the bottom of the regulator to the top of the tank.
A dual purpose, universal regulator for EFI or Carbureted and street or strip applications. Base pressure adjustable from 3 to 20 PSI with standard spring, (installed) or from 20 to 60 PSI with high pressure spring (included). Offers the full flow and rock steady fuel pressure that only a dynamic, Aeromotive bypass regulator provides. Capable of regulating any fuel pump between 100 and 250 GPH. Fuel pressure rises on a 1:1 ratio when referencing boost. All ports are 3/8' NPT, with one inlet and three outlets on the main body and one return port on the bottom. Bypass design provides the ultimate, dynamic fuel pressure control.Note: (Requires a return line to be installed from the bottom of the regulator to the top of the tank.)
Does this by-pass regulator work just fine on my new ZZ6 chevy crate engine with what they advertise is a high performance fuel pump that delivers 80 GPM. This by-pass part NO.13301 is advertised as supporting 100 to 250.
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