Aeromotive is proud to announce the official release of their new 340 Stealth Fuel Pumps. These high-output, in-tank, electric fuel pumps are direct bolt-in replacements for more than 65 popular EFI applications. The 340 is also ideal for use as a universal replacement for applications that require more flow to support forced air power adders such as turbo and supercharged applications.
What sets the 340 Stealth Pump apart is its superior flow throughout a wide pressure range. Compared to other popular aftermarket pumps, at 40 psi the 340 boasts more than 340 gph. That’s over 30-percent more flow. This pump is ideal for applications requiring more flow while retaining the factory lines and mounting provisions available in the Original Equipment (O.E.) configuration.
How do they get so much flow from such a compact package? The 340 Fuel Pump utilizes an innovative turbine style pumping mechanism. This allows for more flow at pressure with increased durability. That’s good news for those of you with applications using Pulse Width Modulation (PWM). The turbine pumping mechanism won’t be damaged due to the increased load of PWM systems.
Available in 3 different inlet styles, these pumps also come with an universal inlet filter and all drop parts for quick and easy installation.
These new LS Coil Brackets from MSD may be the easiest option in the world to make an LS engine look better. The brackets have been designed to bolt into the stock location and get rid of that ugly stamped metal bracket.
Made with cast aluminum for strength and machined to a beautiful finish, these brackets have the look you want under the hood. The brackets can be installed in just minutes using MSD’s supplied hardware. Original Equipment coils will bolt in perfectly, but for a really great look and extra spark energy under the hood, MSD recommends their Multi-Spark Coil line.
The MicroCut 600 is a real workhorse, with 40 amps of power that allows you to cut up to ½-inch steel, but it’s small size and light weight, just 22 pounds, means you can take this powerhouse anywhere. And with inverter technology it’s energy efficient—the MicroCut 600 only needs 30 amps of 220 volt power!
Infinite amperage adjustment lets you control the cutting power of the MicroCut 600. Dial the current down to 10 amps to perform precise cuts on thin gauge sheet metal. Crank the power up to 40 amps for serious frame fabrication and bracket building. Whatever projects you need to tackle, the MicroCut 600 is up to the task.
The 13-foot plasma torch for the MicroCut 600 features our new “shoulder contact” electrode and cutting tip for longer consumable life. This tip design means the arc starts instantly without high frequency, so you can start your arc right through rusty and painted metal, while reducing the possibility of damaging an on board computer or any other sensitive electrical equipment you might be cutting near. And like all HTP equipment, they back the machine with a 90-day money-back guarantee. Try the machine in your shop, if you don’t like the way it cuts, they’ll take it back, no questions asked.
If horsepower wasn’t so expensive, every truck at a show would probably have a 1,200hp mill underhood. It’s not a perfect world though, and sacrifices have to be made for the sake of saving some cash. Lunati has limited those sacrifices with the introduction of its Voodoo line of crankshafts for Chevy, Ford, and Pontiac engines.
Quality is abundant with the Voodoo cranks, starting with the 4340, non-twist alloy steel they are CNC-machined from. Lunati didn’t stop there, outfitting its Voodoo cranks with weight-reduction holes precision located in each rod journal allowing for quicker rotating assembly acceleration and improved engine acceleration. Voodoo crankshaft counterweights are profiled to reduce windage and parasitic operating loss, something typically reserved for high-end race cranks.
Not sold yet? How about more sought-after crankshaft features like micropolished bearing journals and a nitrile treatment for improved bearing journal surface strength and wear resistance? The Voodoo crankshafts are precision indexed and dynamically balanced before leaving the Lunati warehouse, too.