See us on:
Visit CP on Facebook Visit CP on Twitter Visit CP on YouTube
Is your boat in the gallery?
Image Gallery  
Instructions & Guides:
Instructions  
Find Parts by Mercury Model:
OEM Part Finder  
What's on sale today?
Sale Specials  
What are you looking for Today?

Need Help? Call Us:

1-800-225-9871

Outside the USA? Call 707-585-9871

AEM Performance Electronics

100 PSIg Stainless Sensor Kit
Your Price:
$152.96

100 PSIg Stainless Sensor Kit

108-30-2130-100

Gauge style (PSIg) Pressure Sensors
AEM offers high quality PSIg sensors in 100, 150, 500, 1,000, and 2,000. Gauge style pressure sensors reference pressure above atmospheric pressure. When exposed to atmospheric pressure, gauge style pressure sensors will read 0 psig. Gauge style pressure sensors are commonly used for oil pressure, fuel pressure, brake pressure, nitrous pressure etc.

Which Pressure Sensor is right for you?

There are many different tools that can be used for measurement, but the degree of accuracy is dependent upon the tool. For example, a ruler can measure distance with a good degree of accuracy, but for a more precise measurement a caliper should be used. The difference between a brass pressure sensor and a stainless steel pressure sensor is similar if we think about it in these terms:

Brass Pressure Sensor = Ruler
Use a Brass Pressure Sensor where you need a good reference to what pressure is being seen.
Example: Brass Pressure Sensor used for a Boost Gauge – Reference/Information for knowing manifold pressure, not for ECU calibration.

Stainless Pressure Sensor = Caliper
Use a SS Pressure Sensor where you need exact details of the pressure.
Example: MAP Sensor information for the ECU – Calibration/crucial information for the ECU.


1000 PSIg Stainless Sensor Kit
Your Price:
$160.45

1000 PSIg Stainless Sensor Kit

108-30-2130-1000

Gauge style (PSIg) Pressure Sensors
AEM offers high quality PSIg sensors in 100, 150, 500, 1,000, and 2,000. Gauge style pressure sensors reference pressure above atmospheric pressure. When exposed to atmospheric pressure, gauge style pressure sensors will read 0 psig. Gauge style pressure sensors are commonly used for oil pressure, fuel pressure, brake pressure, nitrous pressure etc.

Which Pressure Sensor is right for you?

There are many different tools that can be used for measurement, but the degree of accuracy is dependent upon the tool. For example, a ruler can measure distance with a good degree of accuracy, but for a more precise measurement a caliper should be used. The difference between a brass pressure sensor and a stainless steel pressure sensor is similar if we think about it in these terms:

Brass Pressure Sensor = Ruler
Use a Brass Pressure Sensor where you need a good reference to what pressure is being seen.
Example: Brass Pressure Sensor used for a Boost Gauge – Reference/Information for knowing manifold pressure, not for ECU calibration.

Stainless Pressure Sensor = Caliper
Use a SS Pressure Sensor where you need exact details of the pressure.
Example: MAP Sensor information for the ECU – Calibration/crucial information for the ECU.


12 Position Trim Pot
Your Price:
$26.78

12 Position Trim Pot

108-30-2056

The Universal 12 Position Trim Pot is for use on virtually any Engine Management System, such as the AEM EMS. Use the Trim Pot to adjust a number of trims, including ignition timing, fuel, boost, etc. The Universal 12 Position Trim Pot includes: 12 Position Trim Pot with Flying Lead, 2 Brushed Silver Trim Position Decals with ranges from -5 to +6 and 0 to +11, Blue/Red/Black AEM Logo Knob Decals & Blue/Red/Black Colored Knob Decals.

  • Can be used with virtually any engine management system
  • Includes a weatherproof-over-molded flying lead that has 12-inch insulated, color-coded wires, two brush silver Trim Position decals, and black AEM logo adjustment knob
  • Adjusts a number of trims, including ignition timing, fuel, boost, etc.

15 PSIa or 1 Bar Stainless Sensor Kit
Your Price:
$152.96

15 PSIa or 1 Bar Stainless Sensor Kit

108-30-2130-15

Absolute (PSIa) Pressure Sensors
AEM offers high quality stainless steel PSIa sensors in 15 (1BAR), 30 (2BAR), 50 (3.5BAR), and 75 (5BAR). PSIa is referenced to absolute zero. Absolute zero is the pressure measurement when all the pressure exerted by the atmosphere has been removed. The most common use for absolute pressure sensors is reading manifold pressure. PSIa sensors are required if you wish to measure vacuum. A PSIa sensor will read about 14.7 PSI when the sensing element is exposed to atmospheric pressure at sea level however they can be recalibrated to read zero at atmospheric and a negative number at values less than atmospheric pressure.

Which Pressure Sensor is right for you?

There are many different tools that can be used for measurement, but the degree of accuracy is dependent upon the tool. For example, a ruler can measure distance with a good degree of accuracy, but for a more precise measurement a caliper should be used. The difference between a brass pressure sensor and a stainless steel pressure sensor is similar if we think about it in these terms:

Brass Pressure Sensor = Ruler
Use a Brass Pressure Sensor where you need a good reference to what pressure is being seen.
Example: Brass Pressure Sensor used for a Boost Gauge – Reference/Information for knowing manifold pressure, not for ECU calibration.

Stainless Pressure Sensor = Caliper
Use a SS Pressure Sensor where you need exact details of the pressure.
Example: MAP Sensor information for the ECU – Calibration/crucial information for the ECU.


150 PSIg Stainless Sensor Kit
Your Price:
$160.45

150 PSIg Stainless Sensor Kit

108-30-2130-150

Gauge style (PSIg) Pressure Sensors
AEM offers high quality PSIg sensors in 100, 150, 500, 1,000, and 2,000. Gauge style pressure sensors reference pressure above atmospheric pressure. When exposed to atmospheric pressure, gauge style pressure sensors will read 0 psig. Gauge style pressure sensors are commonly used for oil pressure, fuel pressure, brake pressure, nitrous pressure etc.

Which Pressure Sensor is right for you?

There are many different tools that can be used for measurement, but the degree of accuracy is dependent upon the tool. For example, a ruler can measure distance with a good degree of accuracy, but for a more precise measurement a caliper should be used. The difference between a brass pressure sensor and a stainless steel pressure sensor is similar if we think about it in these terms:

Brass Pressure Sensor = Ruler
Use a Brass Pressure Sensor where you need a good reference to what pressure is being seen.
Example: Brass Pressure Sensor used for a Boost Gauge – Reference/Information for knowing manifold pressure, not for ECU calibration.

Stainless Pressure Sensor = Caliper
Use a SS Pressure Sensor where you need exact details of the pressure.
Example: MAP Sensor information for the ECU – Calibration/crucial information for the ECU.


2000 PSIg Stainless Sensor Kit
Your Price:
$160.45

2000 PSIg Stainless Sensor Kit

108-30-2130-2000

Gauge style (PSIg) Pressure Sensors
AEM offers high quality PSIg sensors in 100, 150, 500, 1,000, and 2,000. Gauge style pressure sensors reference pressure above atmospheric pressure. When exposed to atmospheric pressure, gauge style pressure sensors will read 0 psig. Gauge style pressure sensors are commonly used for oil pressure, fuel pressure, brake pressure, nitrous pressure etc.

Which Pressure Sensor is right for you?

There are many different tools that can be used for measurement, but the degree of accuracy is dependent upon the tool. For example, a ruler can measure distance with a good degree of accuracy, but for a more precise measurement a caliper should be used. The difference between a brass pressure sensor and a stainless steel pressure sensor is similar if we think about it in these terms:

Brass Pressure Sensor = Ruler
Use a Brass Pressure Sensor where you need a good reference to what pressure is being seen.
Example: Brass Pressure Sensor used for a Boost Gauge – Reference/Information for knowing manifold pressure, not for ECU calibration.

Stainless Pressure Sensor = Caliper
Use a SS Pressure Sensor where you need exact details of the pressure.
Example: MAP Sensor information for the ECU – Calibration/crucial information for the ECU.


30 PSIa or 2 Bar Stainless Sensor Kit
Your Price:
$152.96

30 PSIa or 2 Bar Stainless Sensor Kit

108-30-2130-30

Absolute (PSIa) Pressure Sensors
AEM offers high quality stainless steel PSIa sensors in 15 (1BAR), 30 (2BAR), 50 (3.5BAR), and 75 (5BAR). PSIa is referenced to absolute zero. Absolute zero is the pressure measurement when all the pressure exerted by the atmosphere has been removed. The most common use for absolute pressure sensors is reading manifold pressure. PSIa sensors are required if you wish to measure vacuum. A PSIa sensor will read about 14.7 PSI when the sensing element is exposed to atmospheric pressure at sea level however they can be recalibrated to read zero at atmospheric and a negative number at values less than atmospheric pressure.

Which Pressure Sensor is right for you?

There are many different tools that can be used for measurement, but the degree of accuracy is dependent upon the tool. For example, a ruler can measure distance with a good degree of accuracy, but for a more precise measurement a caliper should be used. The difference between a brass pressure sensor and a stainless steel pressure sensor is similar if we think about it in these terms:

Brass Pressure Sensor = Ruler
Use a Brass Pressure Sensor where you need a good reference to what pressure is being seen.
Example: Brass Pressure Sensor used for a Boost Gauge – Reference/Information for knowing manifold pressure, not for ECU calibration.

Stainless Pressure Sensor = Caliper
Use a SS Pressure Sensor where you need exact details of the pressure.
Example: MAP Sensor information for the ECU – Calibration/crucial information for the ECU.


320lph E85-Compatible High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pumps (Center Inlet)
Your Price:
$122.99

320lph E85-Compatible High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pumps (Center Inlet)

108-50-1205

The AEM E85 Fuel Pump is designed for in-tank installation on high performance naturally aspirated and forced induction vehicles.

AEM's E85 Fuel Pump features robust internal construction that is designed to withstand the low lubricity characteristics of ethanol and methanol fuels, and has been tested to work with ethanol fuels up to E100, methanol fuels up to M100 and all types of gasoline.

The AEM E85 Fuel Pump is compact, with only a 39mm diameter and that fits most applications. Offered in various inlet styles to ease installation, included with the fuel pump is a wiring harness, pre filter, internal fuel hose and clamps, end cap and rubber buffer sleeve. Every AEM E85 Fuel Pump is flow tested at 43 PSI before it is packaged for sale.

Features:
  • Tested & Compatible With Ethanol Fuels Up To E100, Methanol Fuels Up To M100 & All Types Of Gasoline
  • Designed For High Output Naturally Aspirated & Forced Induction EFI Vehicles
  • In-Tank Design
  • Each Pump Is Tested at 43 PSI Before Packaging
  • 39mm Diameter Fits Most Applications
  • Designed for Easy Installation
  • Kit Includes Fuel Pump, Rubber Sleeve & End Caps, Pre-Filter, Hose, Clamps & Flying Lead

  • 320lph E85-Compatible High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pumps (Offset Inlet)
    Your Price:
    $122.99

    320lph E85-Compatible High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pumps (Offset Inlet)

    108-50-1200

    AEM’s 320lph E85-Compatible High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pumps feature robust internal construction that is designed to withstand the low lubricity characteristics of ethanol and methanol fuels, and are tested to work with ethanol fuels up to E100, methanol fuels up to M100 and all types of gasoline.

    The AEM 320lph E85-Compatible High Flow In-Tank Fuel Pump is designed for in-tank mounting on high performance naturally aspirated and forced induction vehicles. It features a compact 39mm diameter that fits most applications and an offset inlet design that eases installation.

    The 320lph E85-Compatible High Flow In-Tank fuel pump includes a wiring harness, pre filter, internal fuel hose, clamps, end cap and rubber buffer sleeve. Every AEM 320lph E85-Compatible Fuel Pump is tested to flow 320 lph at 43 PSI before it is packaged for sale.

    • Tested and compatible with ethanol fuels up to E100, methanol fuels up to M100 and all types of gasoline
    • Designed for high output naturally aspirated and forced induction EFI vehicles
    • In tank design
    • Each pump is tested to flow 320 lph @ 43 PSI
    • 39mm diameter fits most applications
    • Includes pre filter, hose, clamps, flying lead, end cap and rubber buffer sleeve

    380lph Inline High Flow Fuel Pump
    Your Price:
    $154.91

    380lph Inline High Flow Fuel Pump

    108-50-1005

    The AEM 380lph High Flow, High Pressure Fuel Pump for high performance naturally aspirated and forced induction EFI vehicles. The High Flow, High Pressure Fuel Pump can be installed externally or in-tank using optional hardware that is sold separately. It utilizes the industry standard “044 Style” envelope and -10 AN female inlet and -6 AN female outlet connections for easy installation on new applications and for quick replacement of existing competitor fuel pumps. The 108-50-1005 fuel pump delivers incredible performance and value.

    AEM’s 380lph High Flow, High Pressure Fuel Pump is capable of supporting over 1,200 HP normally aspirated and a whopping 860 HP at 30 psi boost!* It flows 380 lph (100 gph) at 43 PSI, 340 lph (90 gph) at 73 PSI, and 270 lph (71 gph) at 120 PSI. Complete flow curves from 35 to 120 PSI and current draw vs. fuel pressure charts are available in the specs tab.

    The AEM 380lph AN Fittings High Flow Fuel Pump is rated for use with ethanol-blended fuels, (E85/E90) and all types of gasoline, but pump life will be diminished if used with 100% ethanol fuels. The inlet thread is a -10 AN female ORB (O-ring port fitting) and the discharge is a female -6 AN ORB (O-ring port fitting).

    A male -6 to -8 AN discharge fitting with integral high pressure check valve, terminal nuts, terminal boots and installation instructions are included. Optional accessories that are sold separately include a -10 ORB fitting inlet pre-filter (for use with in-tank installations), and both -8 and -6 discharge adapters without integral check valves. Accessory fittings are hard anodized.

    • Designed for high output naturally aspirated and forced induction EFI vehicles
    • Popular “044 Style” physical configuration but with AN inlet & discharge port connections
    • Maintains very high flow even at boosted fuel pressures; 340 lph @ 73 PSI (30 psi boost)
    • Installs externally or in-tank
    • Each pump individually tested to flow minimum of 380lph (100gph) @ 43 PSI
    • Compatible with Flex Fuel (E85/E90) and all types of gasoline
    • Kit includes fuel pump, -6 to -8 male AN discharge fitting with check valve, terminal nuts & boots, instructions
    • Optional -10 ORB fitting pre-filter, -6 and -8 discharge adapters without the integral check valves

    Optional Inline High Flow Fuel Pump Accessories

    • 108-50-200-06: -6AN Discharge Fitting
    • 108-50-200-08: -6AN to -8AN Discharge Fitting with Integral Check Valve
    • 108-50-200-10: -10AN Inlet Port Fitting
    • 108-50-200-11: -10AN Inlet Port Filter
    • 108-50-200-86: -6AN to -8AN Discharge Fitting

    *Power rating given using gasoline and assuming a base fuel pressure of 43 PSI, 13.5v at the pump, 6.2 lbs/gal with a BSFC of 0.65. Boost fuel pressure is assumed to be the base pressure of 43 PSI + boost pressure. Flow capability for horsepower support is ultimately dependent on fuel hose diameter, and system electrical voltage and amperage capabilities.


    4 Channel Wideband UEGO Sensor
    Your Price:
    $103.65

    4 Channel Wideband UEGO Sensor

    108-30-2063

    AEM's wideband O2 UEGO AFR replacement sensor and stainless-steel, finned, stand-off bung kit includes only a replacement Bosch 4.2 LSU Wideband UEGO sensor and stainless steel tall manifold bung. It is designed for installation and use with the AEM 4-Channel Wideband UEGO Controller, and forced induction (turbo and supercharged) applications.

    These sensors have a laser-etched, calibrated resistor in the sensor’s connector body. This resistor is specifically created for the exact sensor that it is attached to. Modifying this will invalidate the sensor’s output. The wideband sensor is laboratory-calibrated at the Bosch factory, accurate to 0.1 AFR and never requires free-air calibration when used with an AEM wideband AFR controller.

    • Accurate to 0.1 AFR
    • Never requires free-air calibration when used with an AEM Controller and connector plug.
    • Specifically designed for use with AEM Wideband UEGO controllers
    • Includes sensor and weld-on stainless-steel tall manifold bung

    50 PSIa or 3.5 Bar Stainless Sensor Kit
    Your Price:
    $149.96

    50 PSIa or 3.5 Bar Stainless Sensor Kit

    108-30-2130-50

    Absolute (PSIa) Pressure Sensors
    AEM offers high quality stainless steel PSIa sensors in 15 (1BAR), 30 (2BAR), 50 (3.5BAR), and 75 (5BAR). PSIa is referenced to absolute zero. Absolute zero is the pressure measurement when all the pressure exerted by the atmosphere has been removed. The most common use for absolute pressure sensors is reading manifold pressure. PSIa sensors are required if you wish to measure vacuum. A PSIa sensor will read about 14.7 PSI when the sensing element is exposed to atmospheric pressure at sea level however they can be recalibrated to read zero at atmospheric and a negative number at values less than atmospheric pressure.

    Which Pressure Sensor is right for you?

    There are many different tools that can be used for measurement, but the degree of accuracy is dependent upon the tool. For example, a ruler can measure distance with a good degree of accuracy, but for a more precise measurement a caliper should be used. The difference between a brass pressure sensor and a stainless steel pressure sensor is similar if we think about it in these terms:

    Brass Pressure Sensor = Ruler
    Use a Brass Pressure Sensor where you need a good reference to what pressure is being seen.
    Example: Brass Pressure Sensor used for a Boost Gauge – Reference/Information for knowing manifold pressure, not for ECU calibration.

    Stainless Pressure Sensor = Caliper
    Use a SS Pressure Sensor where you need exact details of the pressure.
    Example: MAP Sensor information for the ECU – Calibration/crucial information for the ECU.


    500 PSIg Stainless Sensor Kit
    Your Price:
    $160.45

    500 PSIg Stainless Sensor Kit

    108-30-2130-500

    Gauge style (PSIg) Pressure Sensors
    AEM offers high quality PSIg sensors in 100, 150, 500, 1,000, and 2,000. Gauge style pressure sensors reference pressure above atmospheric pressure. When exposed to atmospheric pressure, gauge style pressure sensors will read 0 psig. Gauge style pressure sensors are commonly used for oil pressure, fuel pressure, brake pressure, nitrous pressure etc.

    Which Pressure Sensor is right for you?

    There are many different tools that can be used for measurement, but the degree of accuracy is dependent upon the tool. For example, a ruler can measure distance with a good degree of accuracy, but for a more precise measurement a caliper should be used. The difference between a brass pressure sensor and a stainless steel pressure sensor is similar if we think about it in these terms:

    Brass Pressure Sensor = Ruler
    Use a Brass Pressure Sensor where you need a good reference to what pressure is being seen.
    Example: Brass Pressure Sensor used for a Boost Gauge – Reference/Information for knowing manifold pressure, not for ECU calibration.

    Stainless Pressure Sensor = Caliper
    Use a SS Pressure Sensor where you need exact details of the pressure.
    Example: MAP Sensor information for the ECU – Calibration/crucial information for the ECU.


    75 PSIa or 5 Bar Stainless Sensor Kit
    Your Price:
    $149.96

    75 PSIa or 5 Bar Stainless Sensor Kit

    108-30-2130-75

    Absolute (PSIa) Pressure Sensors
    AEM offers high quality stainless steel PSIa sensors in 15 (1BAR), 30 (2BAR), 50 (3.5BAR), and 75 (5BAR). PSIa is referenced to absolute zero. Absolute zero is the pressure measurement when all the pressure exerted by the atmosphere has been removed. The most common use for absolute pressure sensors is reading manifold pressure. PSIa sensors are required if you wish to measure vacuum. A PSIa sensor will read about 14.7 PSI when the sensing element is exposed to atmospheric pressure at sea level however they can be recalibrated to read zero at atmospheric and a negative number at values less than atmospheric pressure.

    Which Pressure Sensor is right for you?

    There are many different tools that can be used for measurement, but the degree of accuracy is dependent upon the tool. For example, a ruler can measure distance with a good degree of accuracy, but for a more precise measurement a caliper should be used. The difference between a brass pressure sensor and a stainless steel pressure sensor is similar if we think about it in these terms:

    Brass Pressure Sensor = Ruler
    Use a Brass Pressure Sensor where you need a good reference to what pressure is being seen.
    Example: Brass Pressure Sensor used for a Boost Gauge – Reference/Information for knowing manifold pressure, not for ECU calibration.

    Stainless Pressure Sensor = Caliper
    Use a SS Pressure Sensor where you need exact details of the pressure.
    Example: MAP Sensor information for the ECU – Calibration/crucial information for the ECU.


    Air Temp Sensor Kit DTM-Style. 1/8"NPT
    Your Price:
    $49.95

    Air Temp Sensor Kit DTM-Style. 1/8"NPT

    108-30-2014

    AEM's Air Inlet Temperature Sensor Kits (AIT) senses the air temperature on the inlet side of the engine.

    • Weatherproof connector
    • Includes mating connector & pins
    • Senses the air temperature on the inlet side of the engine

    Air Temp Sensor Kit. 3/8"NPT
    Your Price:
    $56.73

    Air Temp Sensor Kit. 3/8"NPT

    108-30-2010

    AEM's Air Inlet Temperature Sensor Kits (AIT) senses the air temperature on the inlet side of the engine.

    • Weatherproof connector
    • Includes mating connector & pins
    • Senses the air temperature on the inlet side of the engine

    AN -10 Inlet Port Filter For Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump
    Your Price:
    $10.98

    AN -10 Inlet Port Filter For Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump

    108-50-200-11

    10AN Inlet Port Filter for Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump


    AN -10 Inlet Port Fitting For Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump
    Your Price:
    $9.97

    AN -10 Inlet Port Fitting For Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump

    108-50-200-10

    10AN Inlet Port Fitting for Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump


    AN -6 Discharge Fitting For Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump
    Your Price:
    $7.92

    AN -6 Discharge Fitting For Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump

    108-50-200-06

    6AN Discharge Fitting for Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump


    AN -6 to AN -8 Discharge Fitting Check Valve For Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump
    Your Price:
    $9.97

    AN -6 to AN -8 Discharge Fitting Check Valve For Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump

    108-50-200-08

    6AN to -8AN Discharge Fitting with Check Valve for Inline Hi Flow Fuel Pump