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For Your Mopar: Aeromotive's "Phantom" Fuel Systems

Aeromotive, Phantom fuel system, 21st century tech for classic Mopars
Posted February 7 2014 08:34 AM by Scott Ross 
Filed under: Miscellaneous, SCOTT ROSS

Aeromotive's Phantom Fuel System


Have you wanted to install an electric fuel pump on your Mopar, to get rid of that leaky, undersized (at best)  mechanical pump that's starving your engine of fuel when it needs it the most?

Come on in for more info about Aeromotive's Phantom electric fuel pump system...


Aeromotive's Phantom Fuel System

Put an electric fuel pump inside almost any fuel tank.

That’s it! No welding… No sumps… Just install and drive.

Aeromotive's Phantom Fuel System is a complete kit that installs a high performance fuel pump into almost any gas tank. And, it controls fuel slosh and eliminates vapor lock and cavitation. Doesn’t get much better than that.

Almost every car made since the mid-'80’s has an electric fuel pump inside the fuel tank. Hot rodders have adopted EFI, suspension and brake upgrades, electronics, etc. ...and modern ('05-later) Mopars have 'em...so why not add the improvements n fuel delivery to your classic Mopar? At Aeromotive, they're asking the same thing.

If “in-tank” is better, why? There are really two parts to the equation. Part one is vapor lock or cavitation, the fuel system problem that plagues car guys everywhere. In order to avoid these issues, you must either gravity-
feed your external fuel pump, or submerge it in the fuel itself. Gravity-feeding your pump can be an expensive and a labor-intensive undertaking, usually requiring weld-on sumps, fuel cells or custom-fabricated tanks.

Part two is fuel slosh. No matter what you choose to do with your fuel tank, you must have some sort of baffling to keep fuel at the point of pickup at all times. If you launch hard, brake, or make an aggressive turn, fuel sloshes to one side of the tank, uncovering the pick-up and causing the fuel pump to cavitate. This can be eliminated by proper placement of baffles or basket assemblies that control the movement of the fuel.

So what did Aeromotive do about these issues? They developed their Phantom Fuel Systems--innovative all-in-one kits that puts a high performance fuel pumps inside almost any fuel tank. No welding or hacking. Simply drill a few holes, and cut the modular kit to the height of your tank. Includes a baffle/basket assembly that controls fuel slosh and an in-tank Aeromotive Stealth Fuel Pump capable of supporting high horsepower, even at EFI pressures.

Aeromotive's Phantom Fuel System

All this installs right into the top of your stock gas tank in about an hour. Say goodbye to cavitation and vapor lock. And if EFI or a transplant is in your future, now you have the fuel system to support it. When they say it's a universal system, they mean it. Fits almost any fuel tank and works on carbureted or EFI engines with the proper regulator.

Install your fuel system correctly the first time… without breaking the bank!


GET IT: Aeromotive 913/647-7300, www.aeromotive.com/Phantom

 

(Courtesy Aeromotive)


 



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