More racers are taking advantage of the octane benefits and inexpensive cost of E85 (85% ethanol, 15% gasoline) pump gas. But running E85 requires a fuel pump capable of delivering 30% more volume than straight gasoline, and the pump components have to be able to resist the corrosive effects of ethanol. Aeromotive's new Flex Phantom is designed specifically for E85, and joins the rest of the Phantom line of in-tank fuel pumps. - See more at: https://aeromotiveinc.com/vehicle-type/?cat_id=50#sthash.UUlqMD8z.dpuf
SEMA 2014 - Dual Phantom
Today's monster engines need equally brutal fuel pumps to keep the fires lit. The new Dual Phantom in-tank pump system from Aeromotive is designed for both carbureted and EFI applications, and will flow sufficient fuel for four-digit horsepower. It fits in factory fuel tanks from 6-11 inches tall, and can work with tanks as deep as 20 inches with an extension kit. We also get a look at the new X1 series fuel pressure regulator that has the unique capability of working with either carburetor or EFI setups with just a swap of internal parts.
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A quick look at Aermotive Fuel Systems
Matusek Goes for a Wild Ride
Steve Matusek goes for a wild ride through the shutdown area during the first round of Pro Modified at the 2011 NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals. Steve is a buddy of mine so I stopped by his trailer afterwards to talk to him about what happened. His team has a small camera mounted under the rear of the car. The camera showed that the air coming off the rear wing spill plates forced one of the parachute lines underneath the wheelie bar and actually lifted the rear of the car off the ground when the chute blossomed. Nice save Steve!!