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08-10-2004, 12:17 PM
Any recomendations for an in-line fuel pump for a (hopefully) mid 10 second GN? Was looking at the Aeromotive A1000. My fuel tank was severely damaged and I replaced it with an 18 gallon alminum cell in the trunk.

Great to have you guys back!!

08-14-2004, 08:46 PM
Did your car originally have the digital gauge option, and if so do you want to sell the sender unit from the old tank (or is the sender damaged)?


08-14-2004, 09:07 PM
I don't recall the specs on the Aeromotive, but I remember it being a pretty stout piece! And they make very nice, high quality stuff. I'd be careful that the stock supply rail will not be a bottleneck, and that you use a sufficient flow filter. (i.e. something like theirs) You may even have to consider running new AN lines for return/supply. And will definitely have to give a pump like that some stout wiring.

Note that Walbro has some nice externals as well.

Just talk with some people who have been there, done that first. The old "measure twice, cut once" idea applies here!

08-23-2004, 01:24 PM
Aeromotive A1000
Got one on my turboed suzuki hayabusa (600+ HP) and it works great. I swear by aeromotive products. Check out their EFI pump controller for turbo applications as well, it's a good addition to the setup.

One other alternative that is relatively new to the market is Barry Grant's newew sumo line of fuel pumps. They look like really nice construction from what I have seen but I have not personally used it on any of my vehicles.