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Anyone an Aeromotive dealer?

Post  GTmustang on September 26th 2014, 9:49 pm

I'm looking to update my fuel system and I'm going with an all Aeromotive system including an A1000 pump, 1 bypass regulator, 2 deadhead regulators, 2 filters, and a bunch of fittings and adapters to put it all together. I've got a list of all the Aeromotive part numbers. I'd like to get a total Package price from someone on the Forum and by everything from him at one time. Let me know if someone wants to sell me my dream fuel system.
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Re: Anyone an Aeromotive dealer?

Post  GTmustang on September 28th 2014, 11:49 am

I hope someone is a dealer, I'd rather give a $1,400 order to someone on the forum than summit racing!

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Post  whatbumper on September 28th 2014, 4:36 pm

I am but we don't get the breaks the big boys get. Let me see what I can do.

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Post  GTmustang on September 29th 2014, 5:14 pm

These are the part numbers for the big items, I'm looking for:
11101- A1000 fuel pump
12304- 100 m pre filter
12335- 40 m post filter
11217- A3000 bypass regulator (bolts to stackable regulators)
13217- X2 stackable regulator
15632- X3 0-15 psi fuel pressure gauges
15623- ORB-10 o-rings
15607- ORB-08 port fittings for bypass port on A3000
I still need some more fittings, but I don't have the part #'s yet.
I think I'm going to run the prefilter directly on the inlet side of the pump and possibly the post filter the same way on the outlet. So I'd need something (X2) to connect the ORB-10 on the filters and the ORB-10 on the pump inlet and outlet?
I'm going to have to draw it out so that I can be sure I have everything I need, I'll try to figure it out tomorrow.
This is the majority of it anyway, see what you can do!
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Post  whatbumper on September 29th 2014, 6:47 pm

GTmustang wrote:These are the part numbers for the big items, I'm looking for:
11101- A1000 fuel pump
12304- 100 m pre filter
12335- 40 m post filter
11217- A3000 bypass regulator (bolts to stackable regulators)
13217- X2 stackable regulator
15632- X3 0-15 psi fuel pressure gauges
15623- ORB-10 o-rings
15607- ORB-08 port fittings for bypass port on A3000
I still need some more fittings, but I don't have the part #'s yet.
I think I'm going to run the prefilter directly on the inlet side of the pump and possibly the post filter the same way on the outlet. So I'd need something (X2) to connect the ORB-10 on the filters and the ORB-10 on the pump inlet and outlet?
I'm going to have to draw it out so that I can be sure I have everything I need, I'll try to figure it out tomorrow.
This is the majority of it anyway, see what you can do!
                            Gary

I'll get on it. We had a local student pass away this weekend so I've been a little slow at work trying to help out.

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Post  GTmustang on September 29th 2014, 8:31 pm

No big hurry, I've got a lot of other things to do on my car anyway. I think that this will be exactly the system I need for street and strip.
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