Aeromotive has released Direct Drop-In Fuel Pump Modules engineered for applications in 2015+ Dodge Charger and Challenger Hellcat models. These modules are available with dual or triple pumps to meet high-power demands and come preassembled for a quick and simple installation.
The new Direct Drop-In Fuel Pump Modules for Dodge Challengers and Charger Hellcats work with the factory plastic fuel tank and utilize the OEM lock ring and gasket. They also work with the OEM jet siphon pickup and fuel-level sender and come with brackets to simplify installation. The modules feature dual -08 ORB outlet ports for main and auxiliary and require a return-style regulator and return line.
Direct Drop-In Pump Modules are available with either dual (Part # 18092) or triple (Part # 18093) pumps, with both modules using one 525 LPH pump paired with either one or two additional 450 LPH pumps. Dual pump modules can support naturally-aspirated gasoline applications up to 2,150 horsepower, naturally-aspirated E-85 ethanol applications up to 1,485 horsepower, forced-induction gasoline applications up to 1,610 horsepower and forced-induction E-85 ethanol applications up to 1,120 horsepower. The triple pump modules can support naturally-aspirated gasoline applications up to 3,250 horsepower, naturally-aspirated E-85 ethanol applications up to 2,235 horsepower, forced-induction gasoline applications up to 2,410 horsepower and forced-induction E-85 ethanol applications up to 1,670 horsepower. All horsepower numbers are based on engines running electronic fuel injection.
Aeromotive’s Drop-In Fuel Pump Modules are preassembled with the pump configuration of choice and are covered by Aeromotive’s limited one-year warranty. For more information on Stealth Series fuel systems and other Aeromotive products, visit AeromotiveInc.com.