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AEM Electronics In-line Fuel Filter

  
AEM INTRODUCES ITS UNIVERSAL HIGH FLOW -10 AN INLINE FUEL FILTER
 


AEM Performance Electronics is pleased to introduce its Billet Aluminum Universal High Flow -10 AN Inline Fuel Filter (part #25-201BK). 

The AEM High Flow -10 AN Inline Fuel Filter is CNC machined from 6061-T6 Aluminum and Hard Anodized Black. AEM’s engineers designed this filter with the racer in mind and with the intention of maximizing flow, filtration and ease of installation. The end caps are machined with -10 AN female fittings with o-ring receiver grooves that allow the filter to flow up to an astonishing 12.32 gpm @ 45 PSI and 2.63 gpm @ 6 PSI. All sealing o-rings and gaskets are made of Viton for outstanding performance when using gasoline, alcohol or gasoline/alcohol blended fuels. The commonly available replacement filter cartridges filter as low as 7 microns. The standard 2” OD allows for easy mounting virtually anywhere in the vehicle.

AEM Electronics In-line Fuel Filter
           
UNIVERSAL HIGH FLOW -10 AN INLINE FUEL FILTER FEATURES
•    Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and hard anodized black
•    Flows up to 12.32 gpm @ 45 PSI and 2.63 gpm @ 6 PSI with -10 AN port fittings
•    Filters as low as 7 microns
•    Viton o-rings and gaskets ensure outstanding performance when using gasoline, alcohol or gasoline/alcohol blended fuels
•    End caps are machined with -10 AN female fittings with o-ring receiver groove
•    End caps have pressure intensifiers for greater sealing of end gaskets
•    2” OD x 10” length for easy mounting
•    Commonly available replacement filter cartridges
•    Laser etched with AEM logo, flow and filter replacement information
 

AEM Electronics In-line Fuel Filter


 


ABOUT AEM PERFORMANCE ELECTRONICS
AEM Performance Electronics products are Engineered to Outperform. The company manufactures street and race performance products that are unmatched in performance, quality and value. AEM headquarters is located in Hawthorne, CA.


For more information please visit:

www.aemelectronics.com


AEM Electronics In-line Fuel Filter 

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Markingtime
Markingtimelink
Sunday, January 16, 2011 10:09 AM
Nice. I definitely want one of these.
Dusty Duster
Dusty Dusterlink
Sunday, January 16, 2011 12:27 PM
That's not too bad of a price, either.
Fabrik8
Fabrik8link
Sunday, January 16, 2011 2:18 PM
Looks similar to the XRP and Canton inline filters, with slightly different dimensions. I wonder how they stack up against each other...

It would be nice to see more endcap options other than just -10 AN female; the caps are modular so they should at least offer a -10AN male option too. They'll probably offer more options later.
jeffball610
jeffball610link
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 8:08 AM
I don't understand the female only fittings either. Won't most fuel lines end in a female fitting? That's what I've always done. Is there a reason why it's like this? How does it perform against other inline filters? I want more info! :D
BEEF
BEEFlink
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 8:49 AM
I think the point of the female ends is so you can add on whatever sized male fitting you need. For instance, if you run -6 lines you need -6 male to -10 female o-ring fittings. So, one filter fits all applications. Pretty cool.
BEEF
BEEFlink
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 12:50 PM
Errr um you'd need -6 male to -10 MALE o-ring fittings... hehe.
P.G
P.Glink
Monday, May 30, 2011 2:22 AM
I Think Its Good For My Altima.
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