Aeromotive is an industry leader in race-proven fuel system products. Whether you just want to add a fuel sampling port to your stock EFI system or you want to tear it all out and install a full-custom system, chances are Aeromotive has a solution for you.
Aeromotive fuel system components are designed and built in the USA by racers who know fuel systems inside and out. They also know that the highest volume of fuel flow does nothing for you if it can't get you all the way to the finish line. Whether the finish line is 1/4 mile away, 25 hours away, or your driveway, Aeromotive knows how to keep your ride running strong.
Their innovative approach also means that Aeromotive doesn't offer any "me too" products -- or worse yet, stretch them beyond their limits and stick a "racing" label on them. If an existing product isn't perfect, the aerospace-trained engineers at Aeromotive look for ways to improve the entire concept. If it can be designed better, stronger, and above all, more reliable, only then will it go into production.
Their meticulous attention to detail and quality has led to the selection of Aeromotive as the OEM fuel system supplier for the Ford Racing Cobra Jet Mustang, Mopar Drag Pak Challenger, and Chevrolet COPO Camaro factory racecars. Aeromotive fuel system products are even covered by a one-year factory warranty, with no disclaimer against competition use.
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