Aeromotive Components always makes a big impression at SEMA, and this year they are doing so with coverage. What does that mean? Let’s start with their Stealth Performance fuel tanks. Not only do the Stealth tanks replace the old fuel tank that’s been in your ride since the day it left the factory all those years ago, but you’re getting modern-day technology moving the fuel from the tank to your aspiration setup. This will work with electronic fuel injection systems just as well as it will with a basic carburetor system, but they’ve been out for a bit. Here’s what’s new: the amount of cars that are covered. Got a 1978-88 GM A/G body in either two or four door? There’s a tank for you. How about a 1970-76 Mopar A-body, or a 1970-74 Mopar E-body? There’s a tank for you, too. What if you have a first-gen Camaro with a tubbed rear end? You can even get a tank that has the forward corners notched straight from the box!
Another new product that was of interest to show-goers is the new Brushless Pro-Series electric fuel pump. Utilizing a spur gear design paired up with a brushless motor, the Pro-Series comes in two forms: a 3.4 gallon per minute/60 PSI/13.5 VDC unit and a 3.0 gallon per minute/60 PSI/12 VDC unit.
Finally, if you after all of those options, you still can’t find a fuel tank that will fit your ride, don’t sweat it: Aeromotive still sells custom fuel cell kits, complete with fuel pump and fuel delivery setup in a variety of sizes that should fit just about any and every need out there.