Aeromotive 18661 A1000 Fuel Cell, 20 Gallon
Universal Fit, 20 gallons Capacity, 24.00" to 24.99" Overall Length Range, Aluminum, Natural
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Finally, a truly universal system that is built for street rods, drag racing, off-road, autocross, drifting and any other performance application you can think of! This complete unit has all the advantages of an in-tank fuel system; quiet cool operation, ideal fuel pump environments and a serious reduction in installation time and investment. In addition, this system eliminates the risk of fuel pump cavitation due to hard cornering, launching or braking thanks to innovative baffling built into each tank.
- Includes an A1000 fuel pump w/ 100 micron stainless fuel filter (filter pre-installed into p/u tube)
- Supports up to 1700HP
- Works with both carbureted and EFI systems
- Return line provisions
- AN8 valve/vents and return port
- AN10 pump outlet
- Universal 0-90 Ohm fuel level sender
- Standard 12-bolt flush mount lid assembly
- Natural aluminum finish
910-18661 Instructions (PDF)
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