For any pump, on any type of vehicle, the Aeromotive Fuel Pump Speed Controller (FPSC) minimizes fuel heating and vapor-lock problems by matching the duty cycle of the fuel pump to engine RPM. At low demand, the FPSC slows the fuel pump down, reducing the chance of suction side cavitation and vapor lock. When demand increases, the FPSC returns the fuel pump to 100% duty cycle for maximum flow. Its like an automatic transmission for your fuel pump. LED indicators confirm correct ignition signal hookup, verifies activation of the manual override circuit, and indicates when the circuit is providing full voltage to the pump. Avoid any device that reduces voltage to your fuel pump. Low voltage will destroy a 12V DC motor. The Aeromotive FPSC does not reduce voltage! The FPSC emits a pulse modulation signal that is harmless to the pumps motor. A solid-state transistor circuit, rated up to 40 amps, replaces the relays recommended in most fuel pump electrical circuits. Adjustable, full-speed RPM threshold. Billet 6061-T651 aircraft aluminum housing, protected with a beautiful bright dip black anodized finish. Complete installation kit includes: wire, override toggle switch, installation hardware, and instructions.
Matches Fuel Pump's Duty Cycle to Engine's RPMThe Fuel Pump Speed Controller is designed to allow a true high-performance fuel system to transition flawlessly into a well-mannered, street-driven system when needed. It also minimizes fuel heating and vapor lock issues by managing fuel pump output with engine effort. At low demand, the FPSC slows a pump's duty cycle (and ultimately the fuel recycle rate) to reduce the gathering of residual heat from the engine compartment. As demand increases, the FPSC restores the fuel pump to 100% duty for maximum flow. Pulse modulation enables this level of control without any harm to the fuel pump's DC motor.
EFI, holly sniper 550-512, blow thru. 10-an inlet, 8-An return. Do I need a external Regulator holly 12-848 for the return line. is the Aeromotive 16306 speed control a benefit to the fuel system and why.
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