Oldsmobile Fuel System Parts

    About Oldsmobile Replacement Fuel System Parts


    Featured prominently on our site is the B&M Command Flo Fuel Pressure Modifier 46058. These Oldsmobile fuel delivery parts allow you to modify the fuel flow rate in your fuel lines so you can fine tune the air fuel mixture for enhanced performance and fuel economy. They are ideally used with free flowing intakes systems as well as exhaust. They also feature a bolt on easy to install modifier that is created using OE specifications for perfect stock fitment. They also feature a CNC machined heavy gauge aluminum case that is very strong and resilient for maximum durability. This case is further red anodized on top of the mirror polished base thus boosting its resistance against rust and corrosion as well as boosting its stylish look. The inlet and outlet are designed for a direct stock fit for better efficiency. They operate at a pressure range of between 25 to 60 psi making them ideal for low and high pressure applications alike. They include all the necessary installation tools along with detailed installation manual for a smooth installation. They are also backed with a 1 year limited warranty from B&M.

    The AEM Universal Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulator is another premium quality product featured in our elite collection of Oldsmobile fuel delivery parts. They feature interchangeable discharge ports that let you adjust the regulators to match the peak output of your pump. They are universally designed to work with all types of vehicles. Since they are very powerful they are ideal in engines rated up to 1000hp. They also feature a CNC machined case made from premium T6 billet aluminum for enhanced strength and durability. They support both the -6AN and 9/16” x 18 fittings along with a 1/8 NPT port to connect a pressure gauge or a pressure sensor. They are further backed with a1 year warranty from AEM.



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    Fuel injectors spray fuel directly into your engine’s cylinders during the intake stroke when a piston moves down to allow air and fuel to fill the cylinder chamber. When injectors are malfunctioning, leaking, or have failed completely, they will cause rough engine performance, poor idle, reduced power and economy, and exhaust that’s rich enough in unburned...