Aeromotive's performance EFI regulator is designed for medium to high horsepower applications. This regulator features Aeromotive's high-flow design, superb pressure control and legendary durability. On the street and at the track, this pressure regulator has logged more miles, laps and passes than any other performance EFI regulator in the world!
Aeromotive's popular 13109 fuel pressure regulator is also the most common counterfeit in the Aeromotive product line. Counterfeiters have even laser-etched the Aeromotive logo on the counterfeit product to further deceive you. Placed side by side, the two products are hard to tell apart externally.
The genuine Aeromotive fuel regulator has stainless steel screws, brass vacuum port barb fittings and a brass gauge-port fitting. You can easily test for brass and stainless fittings with a magnet.
Poorly machined O-ring bosses on the counterfeit fuel regulator are leak-prone. Other counterfeit clues are a poor finish, including machine-marks, imperfections, and other inconsistencies.
The genuine Aeromotive fuel regulator has stainless steel screws and barbed vacuum port fitting, with a brass gauge-port fitting.
It is designed for medium to high horsepower applications.
Use a magnet to test for the brass barbed vacuum port fitting and stainless steel screws. Neither are magnetic.
These counterfeit Aeromotive 13109 regulators are advertised on a China website for just $40 and in blue and black -- colors not offered on genuine Aeromotive 13109 regulators.
Check the Aeromotive website for for details on authentic parts.
Counterfeiters are very good at creating deceptive products to fool you.
This Aeromotive branded kit may look authentic, but any products packaged or displayed in white Styrofoam with fittings are not genuine -- it is counterfeit.
While visually similar, this counterfeit Aeromotive fuel regulator has the the barbed vacuum port fittings but has blue fittings not found on authentic Aeromotive regulators.
This counterfeit Aeromotive fuel regulator has the laser-etched Aeromotive branding to deceive you.
The non-barbed vacuum port fitting and the blue fittings identify it as a fake.
Counterfeit Aeromotive fuel regulator sold on China website for just $31.00
While the price alone should indicate a counterfeit, the blue fitting is also an identifier of a counterfeit.