When is a fpr actually needed? And which kit would be the best bang for your buck option?
Agreed^.whenever changing your fuel system (ie. injectors, pump, fuel rail...anything) its a good idea to get one. And im ordering a AEM kit from MAP tomorrow.
I'm using the AEM with my Walbro 400lph sir, no issues thusfar. Now if you're talking Aeromotive Eliminator or something crazy that could be another story lol.I typically do not use the AEM FPR, unless the customer will be sticking with a lower flowing fuel setup (ie, single or twin 255s, 340s, etc). When you get to a point of "going big" in these cars, a single large external pump requires a higher flowing fpr unit than the aem, such as a fuel lab fpr for example.
I am also using the MAP AEM kit (they built it on my car) and it has worked perfect since that day.I'm using the AEM with my Walbro 400lph sir, no issues thusfar. Now if you're talking Aeromotive Eliminator or something crazy that could be another story lol.
OP: Here is a link to our kit
Not as of yet but its something I've got on my to do list as it isn't intuitive in regards to where the AFPR itself mounts. Please feel free to call if you have any questions during the install!chris do u guys have a install manual for your kit? AMS has one on their site for their kit, im assuming its pretty much the same process, correct?