This is a very large fuel filter intended for installing upstream of the fuel pump. At 2000 lb/hr of fuel flow, you’d have a pressure drop less than 0.15 psi. We’re using this one on our MS3-Pro 240SX land speed car. Electroless nickel plating and replaceable stainless steel element can stand up to just about any fuel out there.
Measures 7″ long by 2.5″ diameter, with -12 O-ring AN ports.
What is the difference between a 100 micron and 10 micron fuel filter?
- A 10 micron filter is a finer filter and will catch smaller contaminants, but is too fine to be placed between the tank and fuel pump. A proper fuel system will use a 100 micron filter between tank (or cell) and fuel pump to catch large contaminants and protect the pump. It will then have a 10 micron filter placed between pump and injectors to keep debris out of the injectors and engine itself.