Aeromotive Drop-In Brushless Fuel Systems for 2011-20 Ford Mustangs - Engine Builder Magazine

Aeromotive Drop-In Brushless Fuel Systems for 2011-20 Ford Mustangs

Aeromotive, the leading aftermarket fuel systems and accessories manufacturer, has developed Direct Drop-In Brushless Fuel Pumps for all 2011-20 Ford Mustangs, excluding GT500s. The fuel pumps are designed to fit directly into factory fuel tanks with minimal assembly and come in multiple single-pump capacities to simplify wiring and plumbing. They are engineered to reliably deliver the proper amount of fuel to high-performance street and racing applications.

Each pump utilizes the vehicle’s stock fuel level sensor and the factory lock ring and includes Aeromotive’s remote True Variable Speed Controller and top hat. The True Variable Speed Controller extends the pump’s life and maximizes efficiency by decreasing pump speed during low-demand periods. This is done by reducing the amp draw and cycle rate, resulting in cooler fuel temperatures. Aeromotive also engineered these pumps to employ its patented Jet Siphon in conjunction with the factory jet siphon system pickup assembly.

The Brushless A1000 Fuel Pump (Part #19105) can support forced-induction, E85-injected applications up to 700 horsepower, while the Brushless Eliminator Fuel Pump (Part #19106) can support forced-induction, E85-injected applications up to 980 horsepower. The 3.5 GPM Brushless Spur Gear Pump (Part #19107) can handle forced-induction, E85-injected applications up to 1,260 horsepower, and the 5.0 GPM Brushless Spur Gear Pump (Part #19108) supplies enough fuel for forced-induction, E85-injected applications up to 1,820 horsepower.

Aeromotive’s Brushless A1000, Brushless Eliminator, 3.5 and 5.0 GPM Direct Drop-In Brushless Spur Gear Pumps for 2011-20 Ford Mustangs come with -08 ORB outlet and return ports and a fuel level sender bracket to utilize the OEM fuel level sender. Each pump is backed by Aeromotive’s one-year limited warranty. For more information on the Brushless Pump line and other products from Aeromotive, visit

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