Aeromotive Phantom 340 Stealth Fuel System

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Considering a switch to EFI or swapping in that late-model motor?

What has recently become the hottest trend in hot rodding has been plagued by fuel delivery. The question is always, what do I do for a tank? Up until now, it’s been one of three options. Weld in a sump to your tank, go with a fuel cell, or pay for a custom tank. Well, not anymore. Aeromotive™s Phantom Fuel System gives you the option to put a high-performance fuel pump inside virtually any fuel tank, including your factory tank.

All you have to do is cut a hole in your tank and measure the depth. Then cut the pump hanger bracket to the required length and trim the baffle/basket foam Then insert the baffle, and install the retainer ring and gasket. Bolt the pump and hanger down. That. Now you have a fuel pump inside your factory tank capable of supporting big horsepower EFI or Carbureted and it’s whisper quiet.

No more welding sumps or using up trunk space with fuel cells. No more hot fuel handlings issues like vapor-lock and no more fuel slosh. The Phantom system’s internal baffle/basket controls fuel slosh and keeps the fuel pump submerged in fuel, even at low fuel levels and in aggressive driving.

The best part about this whole system it’s completely universal. This system will fit virtually any tank from 6 deep to 15 deep, plastic, steel, aluminum, corrugated or smooth. One system that gives you everything you need to fuel your ride. It’s a serious performance you will never know is there!

Features and Specifications:

  • 340 Stealth Fuel Pump
  • Supports up to
  • 700 HP EFI Supercharged
  • 1000 HP Carbureted Supercharged
  • The black anodized hanger assembly
  • (3) ORB-06 Ports “ Supply, Return, Vent
  • Fuel-resistant baffle/basket (Includes: Foam and Bladder)
  • Universal high-flow pre-pump filter
  • Modular design can be cut to height to fit almost any fuel tank
  • EFI or Carbureted
  • The turbine pump mechanism increases the durability
  • Must be used with a return-style system
  • In-tank use only

(Patent Pending)

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