Aeromotive Inc. has released a new drop-in fuel pump module design for the sixth-generation Chevy Camaro, as well as 2016 through 2019 Cadillac ATS-V and Cadillac CTS-V. The new Aeromotive fuel pumps are available in both dual- and triple-pump configuration, and can support upwards of 3,300 horsepower.
The new Aeromotive fuel pump modules are designed as a direct drop-in solution for engine builders looking to make big power. The pumps will work with the factory plastic fuel tank, and utilizes the OEM tank venting system, Jet Siphon system, and fuel level sender. The pumps also feature a factory-sized outlet cap and single -10 ORB outlet port to make sure it fits as intended. A return-style regulator and return line are required.
The new Aeromotive fuel pump modules for the Chevy Camaro, Cadillac ATS-V, and Cadillac CTS-V are offered in both a dual- and triple-pump configuration. Each of the pumps is pre-assembled with the configuration of choice.
The dual pump can support naturally aspirated gasoline applications up to 2,200 horsepower, naturally aspirated E85 applications up to 1,500 horsepower, forced induction gasoline applications up to 1,600 horsepower, and forced induction E85 applications up to 1,100 horsepower.
Meanwhile, the triple pump can support naturally aspirated gasoline applications up to 3,300 horsepower, naturally aspirated E85 applications up to 2,250 horsepower, forced induction gasoline applications up to 2,400 horsepower, and forced induction E85 applications up to 1,650 horsepower.
Per the Aeromotive website, the new Dual 450 fuel pump module (part number 18075) is priced at $932.94, while the Triple 450 fuel pump module (part number 18076) is priced at $1,161.51.
As GM Authority covered previously, Aeromotive is now offering high-performance fuel pumps for Chevy Camaro models produced for the 1982 and 1992 model years (third-generation), as well as Chevy Camaro models produced for the 1993 and 1997 model years (early fourth-generation).