Regulator Fitting Kits
Contains (3) ORB-06 to AN-06 Male Flare Fittings P/N 15606. Ideal for use with regulators equipped with ORB-06 ports where AN-06 fuel line connections are desired.Fits various Aeromotive EFI and Carburetor regulators including: (EFI Regulators P/N 13109, 13138, 13129) (Carburetor Regulators P/N 13201, 13211, 13203, 13204, 13224). Aeromotive port fittings provide maximum flow area and a long radii for smoother transitions from the inlet to the outlet, eliminating fitting cavitation and flow restrictions. The Aeromotive line of custom fittings, adapters and hose-ends are a step above the norm, offering uncompromised fuel flow and positive sealing. Constructed of 6061 T6 aircraft grade aluminum or stainless steel, each component is CNC-machined for precision fit and unmatched flow. All billet aluminum fittings are anodized Type II bright dip black for corrosion protection and unrivaled aesthetics. We offer a complete line of hard to find fittings from OEM specific connections to AN adapters. All Aeromotive fittings and adapters are fully compatible with gasoline and alcohol based fuels.
Consistent Fuel Pressure for all Horsepower Levels
The Aeromotive A1000-6 Injected Bypass Regulator was developed for high-horsepower, fuel-injected applications. Compatible with the A1000 Fuel Pump, this regulator is a cousin to the popular A1000-Injected Bypass Regulator; delivering performance, long life, and reliability.
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