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AEM Electronics 340lph E85 Hi Flow In-Tank Fuel Pump w/ Hooks
Features & Product Details
AEM has developed their 340LPH E85 Hi Flow In-Tank Fuel Pump to support fuel systems that are running ethanol through larger injectors, with increased fuel pressure. Another one of the greater attributes of this fuel pump is the compact size, making it easier to install in most applications.
Included with the AEM 340LPH E85 Hi Flow Fuel Pump is the wiring harness, pre filter, and the O-rings.Pump body size 39mm diameter x 65mm length.
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REVIEWS & CUSTOMER MEDIA
I just recently installed fuel pump and right out of the box it didn't work... relays were all good, wires had a clean connection, yet the pump wouldn't prime. I had read other reviews on the AEM 340lph before buying, and many other people have had the same issue. I was skeptical when I bought the fuel pump, and this just proved me right. Anyways, I put the stock fuel pump back in and the pump primed right up. I'll be getting the Walbro 255 instead since it's the go-to pump. I'd save your money and stay away from AEM. I'll just say "All Electronics Malfunction" when it comes to their fuel pumps.
I overthink things when it comes to my car especially when it's my first time to install a fuel pump. But it was a very easy install thanks to YouTube.
This aem pump was a very easy plug an play install, i already had a walbro 255 so the aem pump plugged right in. I'm not sure if the factory harness would need changed with the supplied aem one since a shop put the walbro in my car. I noticed a significant decrease in pump noise compared to the walbro
Installed this Fuel pump on a Wrx Hatchback 2012. Plug and play pretty much. Easy to install and works great! Highly recommend this if you're planning to go bigger power than stock.
Just installed this pump and it went well. I didn’t use the electric connector because I already had one from the DW 300 this was replacing. The pre filter( bag thing) that comes with the pump was a tight fit to get into the anti slosh box. This was on an 06 STi . Running as it should though
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Can OEM fuel rails handle this pump and 1000cc+ injectors? Snake23321 month agoJust wondering if a fuel rail upgrade is needed when using this 340lph FP and some 1050cc injectors, namely on a 2011 STI that happens to have a Tomei Type-S fuel regulator already.
Q: Fitment Asdf3 months agoBought this for 2019 wrx and upon installing the fuel pump seems to be too long to fit down inside the housing
Q: Compatibility -2020 STi Alex3 months agoDoes this fit the 2020 sti? According to the site, it doesn’t, but I had a friend said he’s running this in his so wanted to double check before purchasing. Thanks!
Q: 50-1200 / 50-1220 Nick S5 months agowhats the difference between these. On your site you have 3 and they all say universal. Looking to get one for my 2006 STi for flex fuel.
Q: Horsepower SlightlyModdedMedia7 months agoHow much horsepower is this fuel pump rated for?
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A: it depends on the fuel you run, but we've run these up to about 500WHP without a problem. Thanks!Rick C. @ RallySport Direct 7 months ago
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