7/3/2014 - Media
Aeromotive 340 Stealth Fuel Tanks at Summit Racing: Hot Rod Fuel Delivery in OEM Clothing
Aeromotive’s 340 Stealth Fuel Tanks may look a lot like a factory replacement tank, but they are anything but. Inside each reproduction steel tank sits Aeromotive’s high-output, 340 Stealth electric fuel pump that’s rated at 340 liters per hour (lph) free flow. That’s enough flow to feed an EFI engine making up to 850 horsepower or a carbureted engine making up to 1,000 horsepower.
The Stealth Fuel Tanks also feature an innovative baffling/tray system to control fuel slosh and keep the fuel pump submerged. That means the tanks are properly set up for use with EFI systems. The silver powdercoated tanks come with a fuel level sending unit, pre-pump filter sock, internal return line tubing, and three -6 AN O-ringed ports (feed line, return line, and vent). All tanks hold 20 gallons of fuel except where noted below.
• 1967-69 Camaro and Firebird
• 1968-72 GM A-body
• 1955-57 Chevy (16 gallon)
• 1970-72 Monte Carlo
• 1964.5-68 Mustang