The Aeromotive Phantom Stealth Fuel System is now available in two versions: the original Phantom 340 with a 340 lph/90 psi pump that supports up to 1,000 horsepower, and the new Phantom 200 with a 200 lph/90 psi pump that supports up to 750 horsepower.
The Phantom Stealth Fuel System is the first true drop-in fuel pump assembly. It fits virtually any vehicle’s existing fuel tank—no expensive custom tank or fuel cell needed. By putting the fuel pump in the tank, you virtually eliminate issues like cavitation and vapor lock because the pump is constantly submerged in cool fuel. Plus, the baffle/basket controls fuel slosh by keeping fuel at the pickup point (the pump) at all times.
Aeromotive made the Phantom Stealth Fuel System modular—It can be cut to height to fit almost any tank, even ones as shallow as six inches in depth. That means it works with factory fuel tanks or reproduction tanks to retain that stock look and keep cost down. You can use the Phantom Stealth with either EFI or carburetion simply by using the appropriate fuel pressure regulator. And because it uses a return-style fuel system, it’s ideal for EFI engine swaps in musclecars, hot rods, and classic trucks.
FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
Stealth Fuel Pump in 340 and 200 lph (free flow rate) versions
Black anodized hanger assembly
Three -6 AN ports (supply, return, vent)
Fuel resistant baffle/basket with foam and bladder
Universal high flow pre-pump filter
Turbine pump mechanism increases durability
Must be used with a return-style system
Enthusiasts can see how the Phantom Stealth works in this video. It graphically displays the advantages of putting an electric fuel pump in the tank—and how powerful the Stealth system is.
it’s a good idea to have a basic knowledge of the types of insurance
coverage available. While your business changes and expands you
should have the essential knowledge to purchase insurance coverage
as new exposures arise. The following commercial lines of insurance
cover broad areas of exposure present with most business operations:
Boiler and Machinery
Commercial General Liability
Coverage Sections, Limits of Insurance, and Coinsurance
Buildings you own or lease as a part of your business, your business
personal property, as well as the personal property of others make
up the standard coverage sections of commercial property insurance.
Commercial property insurance can be sold separately as
an individual line policy (referred to as a monoline policy), or it
may be sold as part of a Commercial Package Policy (CPP), which will
includes two or more commercial coverage parts such as commercial
property, general liability, and commercial auto.
Building coverage includes buildings or structures and any completed
additions, that happen to be listed on the declarations page of a
commercial policy. Permanently installed fixtures, machinery, and
equipment are also insured as an element of building coverage. for example fire, explosion, windstorm, vandalism, etc. You are able to
usually request basic specified perils or broad specified perils protection.
Broad specified perils protection increases the list of protected
perils identified within basic specified perils.
Open Perils coverage covers all losses unless they’re specifically
omitted. Earth movement (including earthquake) and flood are
2 common perils that are omitted under open perils coverage.
Because open perils coverage offers more comprehensive protection,
it’s more expensive compared to a specified perils policy.
Improvements and Betterments – Usually applied by a lienholder.
Protects all permanently installed improvements and betterments,
which cannot be removed when a tenant vacates the building.
Glass – Standard specified perils regarding glass coverage include any
resulting damage to other property from broken glass as a result of
vandalism and also vandalism to glass building blocks. Broad
and specific perils covers $ 100 per pane of glass up to $ 500
per occurrence. A glass form must be added for scheduled
glass coverage when there is a significant glass exposure to
insure. A glass form consists of the number of panes, dimensions,
location, lettering, and ornamentation. A different glass
deductible may be scheduled as well.
Peak Season – An endorsement that offers extra limits
on personal property inventory throughout a designated period of
time. This is specifically used to cover fluctuating inventory
values before and during peak shopping seasons.
Inflation Guard – Immediately modifies the limits of insurance
to maintain with inflation. construction cost index in a regional area or a specific percentage
per year. This particular endorsement can be extremely important in assisting to
preserve adequate coverage limits, which can protect against
potential coinsurance penalties in a property loss.
Time Element – Insurance which covers other losses arising
from a direct loss by a covered peril to business property.
Business interruption, extra expense, and loss of rents and rental
value tend to be the most common time element coverages. Business
interruption coverage replaces lost business income after a covered
loss. Certain key employees can be named, allowing the employer
to continue to pay their salaries until the business restarts operations
following a loss. Additional expense coverage mainly applies to service
or product associated businesses where the business has to continue
to ensure the survival of the company. Extra expense can pay
for office space, equipment rental, advertising, or most expenses
deemed reasonable for keeping the company operating after a
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This week on My Classic Car, join Dennis Gage and the crew as they travel to Dayton, Ohio to show you one of the most fabulous collections of Porsche automobiles that has ever been assembled. Ashley Sangster from Classic Industries joins Dennis to show us the latest options for lights, lenses, and bezels for GM cars.
The Eastwood Company, innovators of do-it-yourself automotive restoration tools and supplies, has just introduced a new line of Maxx Power Tri-Flow Aluminum Radiators that reduce engine water temperatures up to 24F. The line consists of three universal mount radiators that pass coolant through the radiator core two times more than conventional radiators. This provides two additional passes in front of the cooling fan which results in additional cooling.
Overheating is a common issue on engines with power adders, when running a stock cooling system. Aftermarket aluminum radiators help with overheating, but may not solve the problem. “Eastwood’s new Maxx Power Tri-Flow Radiators are the best we’ve tested” said Mark Robidoux, Eastwood’s Lead Product Developer. “We had an independent lab test the Tri-Flow Radiators on LS engines and their results backed our findings – up to 24F temperature drops. If you plan the route in your classic car based on traffic lights and stop signs, you need a Tri-Flow Radiator.”
Eastwood offers three sizes of Tri-Flow Radiators to fit most muscle cars and street rods – 19″H x 22″W x 2.2″D, 19″H x 25.5″W x 2.2″D, and 19″H x 27.5W x 2.2D. The universal design with mount tabs welded to each tank and a traditional upper 1.5 inch inlet installed on the driver side and lower 1.75 inch outlet on the passenger side make this ideal for muscle cars, street rods, pro touring, and more. It also has 1/4 inch NPT welded bungs with Stainless Steel plugs, one located in the bottom driver side tank for a drain and the other under the radiator cap frame for an LS steam port or temp sensor for electric fan controller. Fully TIG welded 6061 aluminum tanks and core assure long life and leak free seams.
In addition to the new radiators, Eastwood is offering aluminum shrouds, Derale electric fans, transmission coolers and fan controllers. The aluminum shrouds feature a hardware-less mounting design for a full custom look.
Eastwood markets unique tools and supplies for repair, restoration, and modification of cars, trucks and motorcycles, as well as for home and garage DIYers. Founded in 1978, Eastwood strives to develop new products to serve the home automotive hobbyist, as well as individuals and organizations focused on the restoration and customization of automobiles and motorcycles. For more information or for hi-res photos, please contact Nick Capinski at ncapinski(AT)eastwood,com or (610) 705-5404.
Daybreak Rotary Unveils Muscle Car Give-Away For 2015
The brand and model of this year's muscle car was unveiled at Daybreak Rotary's annual Winterfest celebration, February 28. The first of 2,000 Muscle Car raffle tickets was also auctioned that night with winning bidder given the choice of any number … Read more on Lake Expo
Headrest Rehab with Muscle Car Restorations
What that means is that the vinyl cannot simply be replaced. It has to be repaired and refinished. Fortunately, the guys at Muscle Car Restorations have been restoring these for decades and have sorted through all the different products and processes … Read more on Hot Rod Network
2015 Dodge Challenger: Iconic Muscle Car Still Rules
Through three time frames dating to 1958, the Dodge Challenger has epitomized the American muscle car — big, heavy and powerful. Its legend continues in 2015 with seven revised trim levels ranging from 305 to 707 horsepower. The 2015 Dodge … Read more on The Weekly Driver (blog)
Owners of vintage trucks can now shop the Auto Pros USA website to receive better discounts for replacement components. All classic truck parts in preowned condition are now under new discount pricing terms at http://autoprosusa.net.
The search finder programmed on the homepage can be used to discover the new structures of pricing. The vintage parts price drop is now applied to the Ford, Dodge, Chevy, Jeep, Toyota and other truck brands popular in the U.S. market from 1975 to 1990.
“The prices for used pickup truck parts that are now lowered through our inventory is one example of consumer incentives created this year,” said an Auto Pros source.
The preowned inventory of parts that is now actively available through the company inventory now includes more American automaker brands. The automobile accessories that have been acquired for placement in the company warehouse this year features more late model parts.
“Owners of vehicles not purchasing vintage units can browse the late model inventory that is promoted through our auto inventory finder on the homepage,” said the source.
The Auto Pros USA company has added more partners in the industry to its supply network to cover more shipments this year. Parts that represent every state in the country are now fulfilling the distribution of ordered parts through the company website.
The AutoProsUSA.net company is continuing to support American consumers with easy ways to locate pricing and other information for used condition automotive parts. The portal now in place by this company utilizes a programmed tool for introducing price data to consumers. The AutoProsUSA.net company website is now featuring nearly 1000 pages of parts content and other information that can be useful to a person who is conducting research for different brands of motor vehicle components. The company customer support team is now providing phone support to consumers who research offline.
The tireless bloggers at Summit Racing’s OnAllCylinders have added lots of new parts installation stories, how-to videos, tech tips, and tech Q&A. Check out the latest tech from manufacturers and some of the top men in the performance biz—guys like Jeff Smith, John Gilbert, Jim Brightly, and Steve Baur.
HOW TO SPRAY AUTO AIR COLORS WATER-BASED PAINT
Street rod and classic truck veteran John Gilbert goes back to school—Riverside, California City College’s auto body program, to be exact—to help the students lay down a classic satin black finish on a Dodge D-100 using Auto Air Colors and Summit Racing paint products.
QUICK FLICKS VIDEO: AIR AND FUEL UPGRADES FOR DIESEL ENGINES
The OnAllCylinders staff put together this video to show diesel enthusiasts how to improve performance, towing capability, and fuel mileage with a cold air intake, exhaust system, and a performance tuner—and for a very affordable price.
OPTIMIZING A TURBO WITH A CAT-BACK EXHAUST AND COLD AIR INTAKE
Steve Baur may be a Mustang guy, but he knows a thing or two about turbocharged tuner cars. He’ll show you how to optimize the performance potential of the awesome Subaru WRX with MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust Kit, an Injen Catted Downpipe, and a K&N Typhoon Series Cold Air Intake.
INSTALLING A RIPP SUPERCHARGER ON A JEEP JK
Summit Racing now offers the world’s first supercharger systems for Jeep Wrangler JKs from RIPP Superchargers. These systems boost the power output of the rather anemic 3.8L and 3.6L V6s found under the JK’s hood that nearly equal the popular 5.7L Hemi swap—and for a lot less cash.
INSTALLING A SUMMIT RACING REAR DISC BRAKE CONVERSION
Everybody’s favorite hot rodder, Jeff Smith, shows you how easy it is to convert a GM 12-bolt rear axle to rear disc brakes with a Summit Racing Rear Disc Brake Conversion. The kit is a great way to upgrade from those dusty old drum brakes and improve stopping performance for an affordable price. What’s not to like?
The OnAllCylinders staff is always adding tech and how-to articles, so it pays to visit the blog often to see the latest stories and videos. Also, make time to check out the entire tech library as well as the event coverage, racing news, car features, and other gearhead fun.
On this episode of Hot Rod Garage Presented by Lincoln Tech, we turn a lowridin’ 1965 Pontiac LeMans into a corner-carving muscle car with a budget-minded suspension system, a quick-ratio steering box, and disc brakes. Classic Performance Products supply the parts, which bolt in place and result in dramatic improvements to the handling of Hot Rod Magazine staffer Brandan Gilllogly’s car.
Once the LeMans is sorted we work on our 1973 Chevy Ramp Truck during a Dickies Roadkill Project Car Update. The electrical system has seen better days and so we play detective to trace a battery drain and replace both batteries with new units from AC Delco. We wrap up this episode with a question and answer session with Mike Finnegan and David Freiburger as they ponder the mysteries of the universe and cars in general.
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