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Old 03-25-2007, 11:17 PM   #1
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Aeromotive or MMR fuel system????

For a 650-700rwhp Supercharged 4V car that sees routine street duty, which fuel setup is better? This car will sit in traffic from time to time, if that makes any difference...

The MMR setup is a little less dough, but the difference is minor. I dont want a system where pumps routinely burn up, but I do want a system that can be adjusted up and down for my power levels at that time.

Anyone with either? Can you give your thoughts on them, pos or neg. Thanks
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Old 03-29-2007, 12:53 PM   #2
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in my experience the Aeromotive A1000 pump is not very well suited for street duty. I ran one in my street setup and it was horrible, died within a year of service, I now run a dual Walbro inline 255lph setup and it has been awesome!
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I have heard the same on the A1000. I have run my on the street for going on two years now with no controller and it is doing fine. I have two friends that have done the same. I figure its a matter of time.
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I also vote for the dual walbro setup. Put your own together, however, since the MMR kit isn't really complete. I still spent quite a few dollars on different fittings and there were no instructions at all with the MMR kit. Also, the MMR kit does not come with two filters, just the one before the pumps.
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dual walbro all the way. wouldnt even consider aeromotive on a street car.
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Personally, I like the dual Walbro setup and make sure you run 2 filters (other filter is not shown in this pic).


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Here's another option also:

http://www.glennsperformance.com/ind...ystems_dual_-6
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someone pointed me to them also. Kit looks nice. I noticed a few posts above where they mentioned MMR doesnt include a 2nd filter, and the Glenn's kit only looks as though it has one filter, is this the case?
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that Glenns kit looks killer! I have been running a single Aeromotive filter AFTER my dual Walbros for 3yrs with no problems
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This is info I got when I was deciding between 1 fuel filter or 2.
http://www.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=757900

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