Aeromotive Introduces Brushless Fuel Pump Series

New from Aeromotive – the Brushless Fuel Pump Series. These pumps offer improved performance, higher efficiency and extended life for high horsepower applications. See more details below.

Official Release:

Aeromotive, the market leader in fuel delivery systems and components, introduces the company’s first series of brushless fuel pumps. Designed specifically for extremely high horsepower vehicles, the new brushless series of pumps offer improved performance and efficiency especially for ethanol-fueled, street/strip applications.

Through years of research and development, Aeromotive created four new brushless pumps – the Brushless A1000, the Brushless Eliminator, the 3.5gpm and the 5.0gpm Gear Pumps. The company’s new brushless technology creates less heat, draws less power and eliminates the potential for wear – ideal for dual purpose applications requiring a continuous duty fuel pump.

The four new brushless Aeromotive fuel pumps are available in three configurations 1) external in-line, 2) direct drop-in replacement for any Aeromotive fuel cell, including COPO, Cobra Jet or Drag Pak factory race cars, or 3) as complete fuel cells available in 6, 15 or 20 gallon capacities. “When designing our new line of brushless pumps, it was important to keep the final product in the same size and shape to be able to fit into our fuel systems and offer a chance for customers to upgrade their existing Aeromotive set-ups,” stated Steve Matusek, President of Aeromotive.

The Brushless A1000 and Eliminator feature the same legendary roller vane pumping mechanisms that have been trusted for decades, now simply offered with the latest in electric motor technology. These pumps boast more flow at higher pressure than their classic counterparts, and are engineered to last a lifetime.

Features:

  • Designed specifically for extremely high horsepower vehicles
  • Improved performance and efficiency
  • Creates less heat, draws less power, and eliminates the potential for wear

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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