1973-77.5 Ford Highboy EFI Fuel Tank and Fuel Pump
FFG excited to be able to offer this custom built 1973-1979 High-Boy, Stealth EFI, fuel tank. This tank is approx. 20 gallons with a side pocket fill and comes with an Aeromotive 340 LPH fuel pump. The pump can also be upgradable to a Dual Phantim Aeromotive in-tank pump to fit your high-horsepower and forced induction applications. Our 73-79 HB Stealth tank mounts in the stock behind the axle location using the stock fill location. See Details and Specs in the description below.
Aeromotive 340 LPH pump and rollover safety valve are included.
- Tank Material: 1/8” 5052-H32 Aluminum
- Tank Dimensions: 26.5” x 24” x 10” Taper to 6”
- Approx Gallons: 20
- 2.25” Ribbed for Hose
- 5/8” Ribbed for Hose Fill Vent
- ½” NPT Tank Vent
- Boyd 41001 In-Tank Aeromotive Pump
- 3/8” NPT
- Sending unit Flange
- 3 baffles
- 3 x 3 x 3/16 Angle x2 places
Fuel Pump: This assembly includes the Stealth 340 pump for plenty of fuel pressure for your fuel injected projects. This is a great setup for Sniper, FiTech, and other fuel injection setups. Our in-tank Aeromotive 340 Stealth Fuel Pump supports up to 700 HP EFI – Forced Induction or 850 HP EFI – Naturally Aspirated. Click Here for Pump Specs.
Dual Phantom Aeromotive In-Tank Pump Upgrade: The Aeromotive 18309 Dual Phantom 340 LPH In-tank Pump Assembly is a great fit for your forced induction or naturally aspirated applications. This Dual Phantom pump Supports up to 1700 HP carbureted forced induction or 2000 HP carbureted, naturally aspirated. This black adonized top hat pump has superior flow throughout its wide pressure range and a perfect upgrade to your fuel tanks. For more information, click here.
Fuel Level Sensor: We recommend one of three sending units to fit your needs; A 0-90 OHM fuel level sensor for aftermarket gauges, a 75-10 or 240-33 fuel level sensor if you are using stock gauges with our Coyote Swap tanks.
Rollover Safety Vent: We also include the rollover safety vent, which is a simple ball check valve that allows air in and out of the tank as needed. In the event of a rollover, the ball will drop and block the vent port from leaking fuel. Additionally, it also has a small float inside that will help reduce the amount of liquid entering the vent hose from fuel slosh during normal everyday use.