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Single Pump, Drop-In Fuel Systems for the Corvette

Tue, Aug 3, 2010

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Support big power from a SINGLE pump. Not 1, 2 or 3 band-aided together. Aeromotive Fuel Systems has engineered and developed a solution for the fuel system demands of the Corvette enthusiast. One of the single biggest issues with late model performance vehicles is the limitations of the fuel system. With the Aeromotive Stealth System for 2003 1/2 and later Corvettes, there is no more drilling your fuel tanks, no more risking pump failure in a twin pump set up, no more surge tanks, no more mess.

Aeromotive is proud to release our patent-pending, complete drop-in fuel system available for C6 and late C5 Corvettes. The system gives you your choice of either an A1000, Eliminator, or Pro-Series Pump. The best part is that it is a complete drop-in assembly into your factory tank that still incorporates the factory jet siphon system. Now you can plumb a true return-style system into your Corvette without the worry of the siphon system and while using the factory fuel tank.
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18670 A1000 Corvette Stealth Kit
Part #: 18670 (A1000) Fly Wheel HP: 1000 hp Forced induction EFI • 1300 hp Naturally Aspirated
Durability: Continuous duty, street or track driven
MSRP: $769.00

18671 Eliminator Corvette Stealth Kit
Part #: 18671 (Eliminator) Fly Wheel HP: 1400 hp Forced induction EFI • 1900 hp Naturally Aspirated
Durability: Continuous duty, street or track driven
MSRP: $979.00

What you need to know
These in-tank pump designs are based off our popular A1000 and Eliminator fuel pumps. Same as their external counterparts, just in a different envelope. While they are “bolt-in” replacements for the factory fuel pump, they are not designed for use with a returnless system (factory). Meaning, you MUST plumb in a return line. There are many different ways to accomplish this, whether you run a new feed and return, or reuse the original factory line as 1 of your two lines. This pump will require and external regulator, usually in the engine bay. You can however use the factory fuel rails in desired. Refer to the parts list at the bottom of this page for recommended parts. If you have questions about plumbing, please call our tech lines at (913) 647-7300 or email at tech@aeromotiveinc.com.

Why a single pump versus 2 or 3 in-tank pumps?
As the popularity of these modern muscle cars has grown, fuel systems have expanded as well. One of the most common replacement systems on the market features a double or triple fuel pump hanger. While 3 pumps will supply the necessary fuel this is still a band-aid, especially in convoluted applications like these. If one pump were to suddenly quit (which happens), the car will continue to run… until you put the engine under load or start to build boost. Suddenly you do not have enough fuel and usually will lead to a lean condition and catastrophic engine failure. With a single pump, if it were to have an issue or quit, the engine doesn’t run. No chance for a engine failure.

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If you’d like to read more on the Corvette Stealth Fuel System, check out the posts on CorvetteForum.com.

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c6-forced-induction-nitrous/2567964-new-house-of-boost-aeromotive-fuel-system.html

Videos

The very first prototype Corvette Stealth System developed with House of Boost

 

A little more about the late model Stealth Fuel Systems from our friends @ Blu808

Aeromotive Stealth Fuel Pumps from Andrew Bohan on Vimeo.

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