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    Aeromotive Phantom 340

    Hi guys, I see that Al and others have used this:

    https://www.aeromotiveinc.com/produc...h-fuel-system/

    What I'm wondering is have people used this product in a circuit type application which would have more surge conditions than a drag/street application when converting from low to high pressure in an unbaffled tank? I like the simplicity and lack of noise, I'd just rather not spend money twice if it is not going to eliminate all surge in higher g force left/right situations.
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    That with a holley hydramat would be a pretty good combo if you buy the one that clips directly to the bottom of the fuel pump.

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    Thanks Andy.
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    I didnt think holley did hydramat intank pump adapters?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRMOPARMAN View Post
    I didnt think holley did hydramat intank pump adapters?
    https://www.holley.com/products/fuel...s/parts/16-111
    https://www.holley.com/products/fuel...s/parts/16-116

    Means well but is skittled


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    Well there you go. Thats awesome
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    In regards to flow potential, Im using two hydramats in parallel to feed one pump. one 15x3 rectangle, and one 15x8 cross (220 square inches of mat surface area)

    happily flowed around 450lph in testing. pump size was the constraining factor not the mats.

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