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Aeromotive 13301 Bypass Fuel Pressure Regulator, 3-60 PSI

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Fuel Type:
Gasoline
Thread Pitch:
3/8" NPT
MFG. Part #:
13301
Overall Height:
3.88
GTIN Code:
684980000214
Notes
Adjustable from 3 to 20 PSI or from 20-65 PSI with high pressure spring (included). Max pump flow is 250 GPH.
Aeromotive 13301 Bypass Fuel Pressure Regulator, 3-60 PSI

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A dual purpose, universal fuel pressure regulator for EFI or carbureted applications. Base fuel pressure is adjustable from 3 to 20 PSI with standard spring(installed), or from 20 to 60 PSI with high pressure spring (included). Also acts as a rising rate fuel pressue regulator which raises pressure on a 1:1 ratio with boost. All ports are 3/8" NPT, with one inlet and three outlets on the main body and one return port on the bottom. Bypass fuel pressure regualtor design provides the ultimate, dynamic fuel pressure control.

  • Gasoline compatible only
  • Can regulate any fuel pump between 100 and 250 GPH
  • Fuel pressure rises on a 1:1 ratio when referencing boost
  • All ports are 3/8” NPT, with one inlet and three outlets on the main body and one return port on the bottom
  • Bypass design provides the ultimate, dynamic fuel pressure control

910-12804 Instructions (PDF)

Note: Requires a return line to be installed from the bottom of the regulator to the top of the tank.

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what is the max inlet pressure I have a 40 psi intank pump I need to get down to about 5 - 9 psi I put a carb in a efi car is this the regulator I need

dereree
November 09, 2013

what is the max inlet pressure I have a 40 psi intank pump I need to get down to about 5 - 9 psi I put a carb in a efi car is this the regulator I need

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November 11, 2013
Jason
This Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator works with a maximum pump flow of 250 gph. It is adjustable from 3 to 20 psi or 20 to 65 psi by changing the spring.
1 answers

do you have a rebuild kit for this regulator?

richard
OKC
June 07, 2016

do you have a rebuild kit for this regulator?

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June 07, 2016
Charles
Expert
We apologize, but do not offer a rebuild kit for this regulator at this time. We recommend contacting Aeromotive directly.
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