For many CUSTOM CLASSIC TRUCK aficionados, building that dream ride comes in increments. We constantly hear from those who are running a carbureted engine, but plan on adding fuel injection at some point. Then there are those who want to update their truck’s fuel system by moving the tank from inside the cab to under the bed. Then there are those who want to ditch the mechanical fuel pump, but don’t want the noise associated with an inline electric fuel pump. For all those issues and more, there is a slick solution—Aeromotive’s Phantom 340 Stealth Fuel System.
Aeromotive’s in-tank pump has a host of advantages, among them is with the pump submerged in fuel it runs cooler, which translates into longer life and it’s a whole bunch quieter to boot. Suitable for carbureted or fuel-injected applications, it will support up to 700 horsepower with an EFI and 1,000 horses in carbureted supercharged applications—of course it will feed a mild crate motor just as effectively.
Aeromotive’s Phantom Stealth system can be installed in virtually any fuel tank with a depth of 5.5 to 11 inches (a special baffle/basket assembly is available for deeper tanks). Recently Jason Scudellari installed an Aeromotive system in a 1967-72 Blazer gas tank from Brothers. This particular tank is going in a Suburban; however, it is also a popular replacement for the in-cab tanks found in many C10 pickups. Take a look at how it’s done; it may be the cure for your gas pains.