SEMA 2014 – Flex Phantom

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…

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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…

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Stealth Tank For '64-'68 Ford Mustangs

Whether your 1964-1968 Mustang is a lightly modified weekend cruiser, or a weekend track machine, Aeromotive’s complete fuel system for first generation Mustangs is the answer to fueling your classic Mustang properly, while taking the worry out of utilizing an aging fuel tank. We do a full tech review of this new system. Read the…

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Fox Body Fuel System

Installing Aeromotive’s all new Fox Body Stealth Fuel System. Based off the 03-04 Cobra gas tank, Aeromotive has re-engineered this tank to accept an A1000 or Eliminator Fuel Pump and fit in all Fox Body Mustangs. The boys at Power Automedia do a full installation to show you just how easy it is.

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Raybestos Garage: #2 Behind the Build '64 GTO-R

Here Kevin Tully talks behind the scenes about all the ways he and his team at Hot Rod Chassis & Cycle customized this fuel cell. Created for the 2011 sweepstakes ’64 GTO-R, this Aeromotive fuel cell holds 20 gallons, has no sump and not just one vent, but two. Now that’s what we call custom.

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Coolest Gas Tank Ever

This car is extraordinary. Today’s technology is used to create a car that is apart from most custom built cars. Yes, this car is really expensive. We thank our customer, Scott Spock for giving us the opportunity to build such a car. See the previous video of this car of Dec. 2012 NRE TV Episode…

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