PRI 2010: Aeromotive’s 340 Stealth Fuel Pump

The greatest thing about attending the end of the year trade shows is that you get to see the latest and greatest products before they hit the market. We found another jewel at the Aeromotive booth that won’t start shipping until January of 2011. Aeromotive has been wildly successful with the A1000 and A2000 series of pumps, and with the 340 Stealth, they appear to be poised to achieve even greater acclaim with the drop in replacement, high performance, in tank pump.

The 340 Stealth is a high output, in tank electric pump that fits most of the popular late model EFI applications. Lightweight and compact, the unit bolts directly in to most exiting hanger assemblies. We talked with Jesse Powell, Director of Marketing at Aeromotive, and he explained, “The Aeromotive 340 has over 30% more flow than the Walbro 255 HP and is perfect for applications that demand more flow while keeping the existing stock configuration. In addition, this pump utilizes a turbine pump mechanism as opposed to a gerotor pump allowing the 340 to be used in pulse modulated applications and increases pump durability.”

Watch Aeromotive’s PRI trade show video on the Stealth 340 fuel pump here:

We see the Stealth filling the need for increased flow when power adders or engine modification are made that leave the engine demanding more fuel flow.

Features of the Stealth 340 electric in tank fuel pump:

  • Fits most vehicles where a Walbro 255 is applicable.
  • 3 inlet configurations cover a wide range of vehicles.
  • Designed for in-tank use with O.E. fuel systems.
  • Turbine pump mechanism increases durability and can be used in pulse modulated applications.

For more information on Aeromotive or the Stealth 340 electric pump, visit them at

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Bobby grew up in the heart of Illinois, becoming an avid dirt track race fan which has developed into a life long passion. Taking a break from the Midwest dirt tracks to fight evil doers in the world, he completed a full 21 year career in the Marine Corps.
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