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More muscle car stealth tanks

Wed, Dec 12, 2012

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The calls have been pooring in and trust us… we’ve been listening. We launched the 1st Gen Camaro and Firebird Stealth Tanks in the first part of 2012. First calls we took, “Do you have this tank for (enter your make and model here).” While we promised more to come, we also were careful to point out that we will not be offering these tanks for every car under the sun. But, the most popular muscle cars and most likely to receive an engine swap or an EFI conversion, sure. And now, as promised here are two more applications from Aeromotive. The Tri-5 Chevy and the 1st Generation Mustang. Both are here and ready to rock. For more information and details see the information provided below.

P/N 18697 – 1964-1968 Mustang Stealth Fuel Tank

P/N 18699 – 1955-1957 Chevy Stealth Fuel Tank

These new tanks feature a pre-installed, in-tank 340 Stealth Fuel Pump and complete, in-tank performance baffling.  This revolutionary new tanks make EFI conversions and late model EFI engine swaps a snap. The built-in 340 Stealth Fuel Pump, which is the hottest craze in in-tank performance fuel pumps to hit the market in years, can support up to 700 + hp EFI and up to 1000 hp carbureted, when used with the proper Aeromotive bypass regulator.

Engine swaps and aftermarket EFI conversions are becoming incredibly popular, and thanks to an abundance of new parts that support this trend, the job is getting easier every day!  Now, this is true more than ever thanks to new, OEM replacement Stealth Tanks from Aeromotive.  Anyone who’s done this type of project has learned the hard way that getting good performance and drivability from an older car with an EFI conversion requires a properly designed and baffled tank, preferably with the fuel pump mounted inside the tank.  Converting the old school, stock tank, whether it’s the original or a classic reproduction tank, is a big job, requiring extensive fabrication.

With the introduction of these new Muscle Car Stealth Tanks, Aeromotive has taken a huge bite out of the cost and complexity necessary to bring your muscle car up to date… Just strap the fuel tank up as a direct replacement for the original tank, hook up your wires, a fuel supply and return line, and your done. Forget welding, hacking, crazy expensive custom tanks and all that extra plumbing. With the purchase of one part number you get a powder-coated or painted silver, stock appearing steel fuel tank, complete with a correct Ohm universal fuel level sending unit, 340 lph (@40 psi) Stealth Fuel Pump, pre-pump filter and a billet aluminum, black anodized hanger assembly complete with (3) ORB-06 ports; (1) Outlet, (1) Return, (1) Vent. All this comes preassembled, flow and pressure tested, from Aeromotive, with a full 1-year warranty.

Whether you have a carbureted small block or turbocharged EFI LS or Mod motor, these tanks are the perfect option for your muscle car. You get the stock appearance you want but with Stealth technology you need, making this the ideal foundation for a fuel system on anything from a clean restoration to a serious, pro-touring ride. System recommendations for both carbureted and EFI system are listed below. See Figure 1 and 2.

P/N 18697 – 1964-1968 Mustang Stealth Fuel Tank
• Stamped Steel Fuel Tank
• Silver Metallic Painted Finish
• EFI-style internal baffling
• Bolt-on Flanged Filler Neck Adapter
• 60 Degree Universal Rubber Filler Neck
• 73-10 Ohm Universal Fuel Level Sending Unit
• Black Anodized Pump Hanger Assembly
• 340 Stealth Fuel Pump (P/N 11140)
• Pre-Pump Filter Sock Assembly
• (3) ORB-06 Ports – Outlet, Return and Vent

P/N 18699 – 1955-1957 Chevy Stealth Fuel Tank
• Stamped Steel Fuel Tank
• Silver Powdercoat finish
• EFI-style internal baffling
• 0-30 Ohm Universal Fuel Level Sending Unit
• Black Anodized Pump Hanger Assembly
• 340 Stealth Fuel Pump (P/N 11140)
• Pre-Pump Filter Sock Assembly
• (3) ORB-06 Ports – Outlet, Return and Vent

 

SPECS:

Fuel Injected Engines:
Up to 850 HP             – naturally aspirated
Up to 700 HP             – forced air induction

Carbureted Engines:
Up to 1000 HP           – naturally aspirated
Up to 800 HP             – forced air induction

For more information on Stealth Fuel Tanks and the proper matched components for your system, call us at (913) 647-7300

 

SYSTEM RECOMMENDATIONS

Fuel Injected Engines
P/N 12301 Fuel Filter
P/N 12305 Billet Fuel Filter Bracket
P/N 13109 Fuel Pressure Regulator
P/N 15633 0-100 psi Fuel Pressure Gauge
P/N 15675 AN-06 to (2) AN-06 Y-Block
Your choice of Fuel Rails (See our website for Part Numbers and Applications)
(6) P/N 15606 – ORB-06 / AN-06 Male Flare Fittings
(4) P/N 15605 – ORB-08 / AN-06 Male Flare Reducer Fittings
(2) P/N 15609 – ORB-10 / AN-06 Male Flare Reducer Fittings
(9) P/N 15650 Straight AN-06 Hose Ends
(4) P/N 15652 90 Degree AN-06 Hose Ends
(2) 180 Degree AN-06 Hose Ends (not offered by Aeromotive. See Fragola P/N 118006-BL)
P/N 16301 Fuel Pump Wiring Kit
30’ AN-06 Stainless Steel Braided Fuel Hose
* Hose-ends and hose length are approximate. Quantities and length may vary depending on your installation. For plumbing recommendations and diagram, see Figure 1 below.

Figure 1a - Download this image.
F-Body Stealth Plumbing Diagram-EFI

Figure 1b - Download this image.

 

Carbureted Engines

P/N 12301 Fuel Filter
P/N 12305 Billet Fuel Filter Bracket
P/N 13204 Fuel Pressure Regulator
P/N 15632 0-15 psi Fuel Pressure Gauge
P/N 14201 Fuel Log (See our website for Part Numbers and Applications)
(2) P/N 15649 – AN-06 / ORB-08 Reverse Port Adapters
(3) P/N 15610 – ORB-10 / AN-08 Male Flare Reducer Fittings
(1) P/N 15640 – Swivel ORB-10 / ORB-10 Fitting
(1) P/N 15606 – ORB-06 / AN-06 Male Flare Fitting
(2) P/N 15626 – ORB-06 Port Plugs
(1) P/N 15607 – ORB-08 / AN-08 Male Flare Fittings
(5) P/N 15653 – Straight AN-08 Hose Ends
(1) P/N 15663 – 180 Degree AN-08 Hose Ends
P/N 16301 Fuel Pump Wiring Kit
30’ AN-08 Stainless Steel Braided Fuel Hose
* Hose-ends and hose length are approximate. Quantities and length may vary depending on your installation. For plumbing recommendations and diagram, see Figure 2 below.

 

Figure 2 - Download this image.

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