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Old Dec 26th, 12, 11:50 AM
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Default 1969 F-Body Stealth Fuel Tank... Feedback?




1969 F-Body Stealth Fuel Tank

These Aeromotive 1969 F-body Stealth fuel tanks feature an Aeromotive 340 Stealth electric fuel pump mounted to a billet aluminum, black anodized hanger assembly. The 340 Stealth electric fuel pumps boast an impressive 340 lph flow and use a turbine pump mechanism for increased durability and performance. The Aeromotive 1969 F-body Stealth fuel tanks also features an innovative baffling/tray system to control fuel slosh and keep the 340 Stealth fuel pump submerged ensuring consistent pump performance even at low fuel levels and extreme driving conditions. The tanks include a GM 0-90 ohm sending unit that comes preinstalled, pre-pump filter sock, internal return line tubing, and three AN ORB ports–one for the feed line, one for the return line, and one for the vent. For extra protection, the tanks are silver powdercoated for maximum durability.
For more details and specs including recommended parts and systems diagrams, visit the F-Body Stealth page HERE
F-Body Stealth Fuel Tanks feature:
• P/N 18658 Stamped Steel Fuel Tank fits 1969 GM F-Body Cars
• Silver Powdercoat finish
• EFI-style internal baffling
• 0-90 Ohm Universal Fuel Level Sending Unit
• Black Anodized Pump Hanger Assembly
• 340 Stealth Fuel Pump (P/N 11140)
• Pre-Pump Filter Sock Assembly
• (3) ORB-06 Ports – Outlet, Return and Vent

340 Stealth Tank SPECS:

Fuel Injected Engines:
Up to 850 HP – naturally aspirated
Up to 700 HP – forced air induction
Carbureted Engines:
Up to 1000 HP – naturally aspirated
Up to 800 HP – forced air induction

Looking for some feedback on this fuel tank setup.
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