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    Aeromotive Stealth Fuel Pumps, E-85 compliant and flow 350 LPH at 12.5V

    Information supplied from Aeromitive Inc.

    Dimensions and style types:



    Pressure vs. Flow vs. Current Graph:



    E-85 Compliance Statement:



    Wiring Schematic and 1 year warrany statement:



    Stealth 316 Testing Information on Walbro 255 / Denso Supra / HKS / Bosch all at 13.5V:





    Aeromotive "Stealth" at 13.5v:



    Yes, two of them will fit in the tank on the stock hanger and don't require a hotwire.

    Jeremy
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    How noisy is this pump ?

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    It's not noisier than a walbro that's for 100% sure.

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    They are roughly $120 each, flow 340lph at 43psi base pressure, and have a 1 year MFR warrany.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Fast View Post
    Yes, two of them will fit in the tank on the stock hanger and don't require a hotwire.

    Jeremy
    I'd like to see that work...


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    if two will fit..... I guess I'm interested. would 2 of those support some like 780cc+ and e85?
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    i really would like to hear what the noise level is compared to the supra pump. $80 premium per pump is pricey; especially when you're "downgrading" flow ability. then again, i'm about to lose my mind with the walbro, and if i'm going to have dual pumps--i need it Q.U.I.E.T.

    at $120 each, you're telling me that IPS has a $25 markup on these?
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    If the pump doesn't require a hotwire, it should still benefit from the normal hotwire resistor and relay bypass. More volts at pump = more flow, but it is pretty cool if it can just drop in and go so you don't have to do all the wiring & pump replacement at once.

    At $120 and 340lph, I *really* want to see a real-world bench test on how this works. And compared to those "kyosan" pumps that were supposed to be uber-leet, but flowed between a stock pump and a walbro, yet claimed outrageous flow specs.
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    If results match their flow tests I would be impressed, especially if not hotwired.

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    That sounds like a damn good pump if it's not flaky numbers. I've heard of one or two Evo guys running them, but never saw numbers or reviews.
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