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Aeromotive Hellcat Swap Gen II Stealth Fuel Tank

Available for more than 13 popular A, B and E-body Mopar applications, the Hellcat Swap Gen II Stealth Tank includes Aeromotive’s patented Phantom In-Tank Fuel Pump and Baffle Technology utilizing the factory Mopar Hellcat fuel pump to support up to 1,000 horsepower.

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Aeromotive has released its Gen II Stealth Tank designed specifically to meet the needs of Mopar Hellcat crate engine-swapped 1964 to 1976 Dodge, Chrysler and Plymouth A, B and E-body vehicles.

Gen II Stealth Tanks utilize the Aeromotive Phantom technology to run a quiet, high-flow pump and baffle to ensure consistent fuel delivery during the most spirited driving. Outlet and return ports along with electrical terminals are positioned in the OEM location for easy installation with no modifications needed.

The Gen II Stealth Tank includes an OEM Hellcat fuel pump capable of 525 liters-per-hour, so it can support up to 1,000 horsepower on gasoline and 700 horsepower on E-85 ethanol. The factory Hellcat fuel pump is compatible with pulse width modulation (PWM) and OEM fuel control modules to make for an easy plug and play integration with your Mopar Hellcat engine.

The Gen II Stealth Tank for Hellcat swaps is available for Mopar A-body vehicles from 1968 to 1976 (Dodge Dart and Plymouth Duster), for B-body vehicles from 1964 to 1972 (Dodge Charger and Plymouth GTX, Roadrunner, Satellite, Polara, Superbird, etc.) and E-body vehicles from 1970 to 1974 (Dodge Challenger and Plymouth ‘Cuda).

The Gen II Stealth Tank for Hellcat engine swaps come completely assembled out of the box with the fuel pump, fuel level sending unit and fuel/electrical bulkhead pre-installed to a billet end cap. As a true plug-and-play assembly, the Aeromotive Gen II Stealth Tank gets you out of the garage and on the road in no time.

For more information: www.AeromotiveInc.com 
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