Stanadyne is partnering with Wesley Motorsports to provide the American racing company with its high-performance gasoline direct injection (GDI) fuel pump technology. Wesley Motorsports will use Stanadyne’s 350-bar, high-flow GDI pumps on its custom-built T6 Hurricane HO engine being featured in its 2021 Dodge Challenger Mopar Drag Pak specialty vehicle.
“Partnering with Wesley Motorsports allows us to test our performance and specialty vehicle fuel systems in one of the harshest operating environments – the racetrack,” said Stanadyne President, Gasoline Systems, David Zimmerman. “We are looking forward to seeing what our high-performance pump design can really do.”
Stanadyne is providing Wesley Motorsports with a bolt-on solution to deliver 60 precent higher fuel flow than the standard factory-installed GDI pumps. The company’s new high-performance pump design is specifically engineered for specialty vehicle builds and tuning.
“We are looking forward to pushing Stanadyne’s new high-performance pump to its limits,” said Wesley Motorsports Owner Kevin Wesley. “This is the start of a great partnership, and we are excited about the opportunity to help Stanadyne bring other high-performance GDI fuel system products to the track.”
Wesley Motorsports is a Lansing, Michigan-based team renowned in the Mopar community for designing and racing exceptional modern Mopar muscle on various road circuits, preparing Drag Pak vehicles for competition, and supporting Dodge Racers though the Direct Connection Racers Support program.