One of Aeromotive’s biggest ideas to solving fuel flow issues for classic vehicles is to bring the fuel pump to the fuel tank for both carburetor and EFI applications. Running a pump inside the tank keeps the pump cooler, which also helps the pump to be more efficient.
Most aftermarket pumps this size only flow about 265 liters per hour, but we jumped it up to 320 liters per hour. -Jesse Powell
While the Stealth 340 is designed for universal applications, the new Stealth 320 is designed for specific applications to fit into factory fuel tanks that run small pumps. In order to accomplish this, the pump needed to be a little smaller than the Stealth 340, but that doesn’t mean the fuel flow suffers from the smaller package. The Stealth 320 will still flow 320 liters per hour, meaning that these small pumps are still flowing much more fuel than many factory pumps.
Jesse Powell said, “These are meant to fit factory applications. Most aftermarket pumps this size only flow about 265 liters per hour, but we jumped it up to 320 liters per hour.” This means that these pumps will support more horsepower than most aftermarket pumps – up to 850 horsepower.
You may not need this kind of fuel demand when running to the store, but running at the track you need a pump that can deliver the fuel demands of a high horsepower engine. The Stealth 320 provides that flow, and doesn’t require a custom fabricated fuel tank for fuel cell to do it.
Designed to fit specific applications, the list of vehicles includes many common cars and trucks, including the Acura RSX, Ford F-150/F-250, Mustang and Focus, Mitsubishi Evo, Nissan GTR, Subaru WRX/STi and BRZ, Pontiac GTO, and many more. Be sure to check out the Aeromotive web site for the Stealth 320 and other fuel pump solutions to meet the demand of the enthusiast.