Going EFI? Have Fuel Pump Questions? Aeromotive’s FAQ Section May Give You The Answers You Need


Going EFI? Have Fuel Pump Questions? Aeromotive’s FAQ Section May Give You The Answers You Need

When you are diving into uncharted hot rodding waters in your world, arming yourself with information is the best thing you can do. Thankfully companies like Aeromotive know that an informed buyer is the best buyer. The company has gone to great lengths on their website to post as much technical information and to answer as many questions (no matter how basic or how deep) as possible to keep people up on the latest technology and parts available for their cars.

In this case we’re going to concentrate on the needs of guys and girls making the switch to electronic fuel injection. This has become a tidal wave of people over the last few years with the aftermarket stepping up with a variety of systems that can be used as well as people keeping the factory equipment on their engines and adapting it to their particular vehicle. The one basic thing that all of these systems need is fuel flow and that is achieved by using a pump. The demands on that pump are different per the application, engine, horsepower level, and even the environment that it it will be used in.

There are LOTS of things to consider when making the switch to EFI. Start by learning about fuel pumps and what you should look for in a good one, what the various “numbers” out there mean, and how you can match the right pump to your car or truck. Aeromotive’s got the answer!

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE EFI FUEL PUMP FAQs AT AEROMOTIVE’S WEBSITE¬†

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2 thoughts on “Going EFI? Have Fuel Pump Questions? Aeromotive’s FAQ Section May Give You The Answers You Need

  1. TheSilverBuick

    I’d like to see a nice solid state relay available that could be used for an aftermarket speed controller (aka aftermarket engine ECU) and be able to handle the amperage and cycling of an A1000 or bigger.

    Instead, I have to take my chances with the internet.

  2. Steev

    I’ve had three of those A1000’s seize up and die on my truck. I ran their variable speed controller and have everything mounted properly. Far away from heat and all. On a cross country trip, I could drive about 1 1/2 hours in the Arizona and California heat before the truck would lean out and die.

    Switched to a Holley Dominator 160 GPH pump and been trouble free ever since.

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