Fuel Systems, Parts & Accesories (2023)

Cartech Stage I & II Fuel Systems

Our Fuel Systems are the most completesystems on the market today. With two research and developmentvehicles running in many of the Ford Racing events, testing isalways ongoing.

The Stage I and Stage II fuels systemsboth use a single Aeromotive A1000 fuel pump and filter, with stainless braided -8 (1/2")feed lines and -6 (3/8") return. The biggest difference betweenthe two is the fuel rails. Stage I is perfect for individuals who already have rails and a regulator. Stage II utilizes the 5/8"I.D. billet aluminum rails with a billet Aeromotive adjustable regulator. Stage II-M uses the USCG Certified Marine pump, Stage II-E uses the upgraded Eliminator pump, and the Stage II-P uses the upgraded Pro-Series pump.

You can purchase the items in a kit formor separately. The following pages also contain a diagram on howto route your fuel system, and the components needed to completeyour application.
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Description Part # Retail Price
Stage I Fuel System CAR-83000 $945.00
Stage II Fuel System CAR-84000 $1,250.00
Stage II-M Fuel System $1,300.00
Stage II-E Fuel System $1,395.00
Stage II-P Fuel System $1,665.00

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Cartech Renegade Stage III Fuel System

Do you have a 600 plus hp street mustang? Then the Cartech Renegade Stage III Fuel System is perfect for you! This kit includes the Cartech pick up tube, synthetic filter, twin Pierburg pumps (255LPH @ 90psi), -8 feed line,-6 return line, Cartech 5/8" ID billet aluminum fuel rails, Aeromotive EFI billet regulator,relay kit, adel clamps, all hose ends and instructions!These pumps are the quietest and most reliable on the markettoday. This kit is capable of supporting over 1000 hp and is atrue daily driver fuel system! The Stage III Renegade system can also be ordered with twin external Walbro pumps (255 LPH @ 70psi).
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Description Part # Retail Price
Stage 3 Renegade Fuel System CAR-90000 $1,495.00
Stage 3 Walbro Externals CAR-90000 $1,295.00

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Fuel Pick Up Tube

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A Cartech original, developed in 1989 forthe Mustang and T-Bird. The pick up tube is for cars that needmore than the stock, in tank, pumps can provide. The tube allowsthe user to run an external hi-volume pump with your factoryunmodified fuel tank. Inside all E.F.I. tanks there is a baffled tube that keeps fuel from moving away from the pick up area. The Cartech pick up tube also allows you to keep a screen in front of the fuel pump, the way it was engineered. This helps to prevent the user from installing the filter before the pump. The fuel pick up tube is madefrom aircraft aluminum and welded on a jig for accuratereproduction. The foot at the bottom of the 1/2" feed tubeallows the use of the factory Ford screen located on the end ofthe original pump assembly. No modification is needed to install,the the pick up tube uses factory o-ring and retainer.
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Description Part # Retail Price
Fuel Pick Up Tube CAR-21005 $100.00

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Fuel Rails

Our fuel rails are of the highest qualityfound anywhere! The rail material is 6061-T6 aluminum alloy andcan be brushed, anodized red or blue, and etched with our logo.These larger rails (5/8") are designed for those racers making more than600 hp at the engine or for the show car enthusiast.

Why 600 hp or more? We found that thestock rails work up to approximately 610/625 on the dyno with ourfuel rail fittings. We've tested Y- blocks to the back of eachrail with one big pump and also two smaller pumps. We cut therails and welded fittings on all four corners. None of theseefforts allowed us to move enough fuel to the injectors to makemore power. The need for fuel pulsing reduction in the rail andincreasing the injector's reservoir became apparent about 600 BHP.

These rails are designed to clearfactory and MSD distributors and all available brands of injectorclips ( i.e.. Electromotive, Haltech, Ford, and Digital FuelInjection) so that no cutting or grinding is necessary. All fuelentry and exit holes are drilled and tapped to 3/8 National PipeThread ( NPT ) to accept a -10, -8 or -6 fittings. The injectorholes are drilled then reamed, with a shoulder left at the verytop to insure that the user cannot push the injectors too farinto the rail and cause leakage.

The Fuel Rails also come with all thenecessary mounting brackets that allow you to mount them in thesame location as your factory rails, using the original bolts. Aset of four 1/4" aluminum spacers are provided fordistributor clearance. For example, the original Ford unit andlarge MSD unit use them, however the small distributors do not.
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Regular rails, Blue rails w/ logo,Red rails w/ Logo

Pricing

Description Part # Retail Price
5.0 Fuel Rails (set) CAR-20200 $150.00
4.6 Fuel Rails (set) ARO-14103 $215.00

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Aeromotive Racing Fuel Pumps

The Aeromotive A1000 fuel pump is made from billetaluminum with the heat sink and brackets built in. This pump isanodized with a red finish featuring -10 inlets and outlets, the pump is rated at 90 gph @ 45 psi. Good to approximately 800 HP. The USCG Marine pump is a technology upgraded A1000, certified for industrial and marine applications with the same flow of 90 gph @ 45 psi. The Eliminator pump flows 35% more fuel than the A1000 and is rated at 123 gph @ 45 psi, has a -12 inlet, and a -10 outlet. The Eliminator is good to approximately 1100 HP. The Pro-Series pump is rated at 167 gph @ 45 psi, has -12 inlets and outlets and is good to approximately 1450 HP. With years ofsevere testing you cannot find a better value.

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Description Part # Retail Price
A1000 Fuel Pump CAR-80000 $306.00
USCG Marine Pump $353.00
Eliminator Pump $454.00
Pro-Series Pump $618.00

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Fuel Pumps

One of the biggest problems people with hi-performanceengines face is fuel delivery. From top fuel dragsters down tothe slightly modified street car. It seems some people never takeinto account that when adding more air to the engine , you musthave fuel to go with it to make power. One without the other willnot create power; you must have both, and the right amount. It isurgent your fuel system keep up with the demands of a performanceengine, both in volume and pressure. The first step is to choosethe right fuel pump. Most manufacturers rate their pumps at acertain pressure. The chart below will show you the effects offuel flow, versus pressure rated fuel flow. All models weretested by this company with a consistent 12 volt charging system.

Pump Name Vortech T-Rex Bosch EKP 4 NOS 15764 Comp U Car Aeromotive S/X 18201
psi 0 120 n/a 57 120 130 120
10 110 n/a 52 112 125 110
20 100 n/a 48 101 120 100
30 90 n/a 45 89 110 90
40 80 52 42 78 95 80
50 70 47 38 69 90 75
60 60 45 35 61 80 70
70 50 41 30 49 75 65
80 40 39 26 40 65 55
90 30 37 23 29 60 45
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We carry the Pierburg Hi Pressure FuelPump. These are the same ones we use in our supercharger andturbocharger kits. They also work for low horsepower applicationsas well.


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Pierburg Pump Aeromotive Fuel Pump

Pricing

Description Part # Retail Price
Pierburg Hi Pressure Fuel Pump CAR-7-21659-62 $241.00
Aeromotive Fuel Pump CAR-80000 $306.00

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Fuel Pump Mounting Plate

Three plates to choose from; a single Boschbooster pump bracket, an Aeromotive - S/X - or Paxton, or a dualplate. Made from 0.090" aluminum sheet and comes completewith stainless steel mounting bolts.

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Description Part # Retail Price
Single Pump Mount CAR-80011 $22.00
Dual Pump Mount CAR-80012 $32.00

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Injector Bosses

Want to convert your carbureted intake to fuelinjection, or add additional injectors to your motor? These weld-in InjectorBosses are what you need! Ready to weld onto any aluminum intake manifold. Madefrom 6061-T6 billet aluminum alloy. These are for the bottom mount only.

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Description Part # Retail Price
Injector Bosses

CAR-84002

$18.00 Ea

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Aeromotive Adjustable EFI Fuel PressureRegulator

This regulator features an adjustablestatic fuel pressure, boost sensitive with a lock nut and stat-o-sealwashers to insure positive pressure. The regulator comeswith two #10 inlets and one #6 outlet with machine threads and o-rings.The regulator is made from billet aluminum and anodized red. The regulator also comeswith a mounting bracket, however the fittings and o-rings aresold separately.

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Description Part # Retail Price
Aeromotive EFI Regulator CAR-80002 $150.00

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Cartech Racing Fuel Filter

The fuel filter has a #10 inlet along witha #10 outlet. The element measures 4 5/8" long andfilters to 8 microns.
The element is synthetic and can be used with all fuels. TheFilter comes with the largest internal element for it's sizeavailable. The filter is also anodized red and has a 6061 T-6billet.

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Description Part # Retail Price
Fuel Filter CAR-22099 $79.00

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Replacement Element

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The replacement element measures 4 5/8"long and filters to 8 microns. Elements need to be replaced everyyear and/or every 10,000 miles. Easy replacement! All the userneeds to do is unscrew one end of the filter cap and drop it in.

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Description Part # Retail Price
Replacement Element CAR-22026-625 $16.00

FAQs

What are the parts of the fuel system? ›

The fuel system is made up of the fuel tank, pump, filter and injectors or carburetor, and is responsible for delivering fuel to the engine as needed. Each component must perform flawlessly to achieve expected vehicle performance and reliability.

How many parts are there to the fuel system? ›

We all know that our vehicles need fuel to run, but what happens when we put gasoline into the tank? The answer lies in the fuel system. Your car's fuel system has five main components: the fuel tank, fuel lines, fuel filters, fuel pumps, and fuel injectors.

What causes diesel injector pump failure? ›

A major cause for fuel injection pump problems is the use of dirty fuel. Over time, residue builds up throughout your system. Using poor-quality fuel exacerbates this issue. Bring your vehicle in for auto repair if you notice sputtering or your vehicle hesitates when accelerating.

How does a fuel system work? ›

A gasoline car typically uses a spark-ignited internal combustion engine, rather than the compression-ignited systems used in diesel vehicles. In a spark-ignited system, the fuel is injected into the combustion chamber and combined with air. The air/fuel mixture is ignited by a spark from the spark plug.

What fuel system means? ›

Fuel system means all components involved in transporting, metering, and mixing the fuel from the fuel tank to the combustion chamber, including the fuel tank, fuel tank cap, fuel pump, fuel filters, fuel lines, carburetor or fuel-injection components, and all fuel-system vents.

What are the 3 main engine systems? ›

Systems required to run the engine. There are three major engine systems necessary to keep an internal combustion engine running. They are the ignition system, the lubrication system, and the fuel system.

What are the 5 main engine systems? ›

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  • Cooling System: All jet engines require high temperature gas for good efficiency. ...
  • Fuel System: ...
  • Engine Starting Systems: ...
  • Ignition: ...
  • Lubrication System:

What are the 3 fuel types? ›

Gas stations in the United States generally offer three octane grades: regular (usually 87 octane), mid-grade (usually 89 octane), and premium (usually 91 or 93 gas). Check the sticker on the pump to know which you are getting.

How many fuel types are there? ›

Types of Fuels: 6 Different Types of Vehicle Fuels Used in India.

How do you tell if a diesel injector is clogged? ›

These Are the Signs That Your Fuel Injectors Are Clogged
  1. Misfiring Engine. If you notice that your engine is sputtering, especially when you accelerate, it's possible that your fuel injectors are partially clogged. ...
  2. Rough Idling. ...
  3. Poor Fuel Economy. ...
  4. Sporadic RPM Needle. ...
  5. Dead Engine.
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What are the symptoms of a clogged fuel filter on a diesel engine? ›

In the case of a clogged diesel fuel filter, the engine will likely start to idle rough and perhaps sound like it is going to stall. This is especially true when cold. Once heated up, the engine may sound like it is choking because there isn't enough fuel getting into the engine's fuel injectors.

What is the most common problem in the diesel engine? ›

What Diesel Engine Problems Are the Most Common?
  • Contaminated Fuel. Diesel fuel is denser than gasoline is, which is why it is also able to produce more energy per gallon. ...
  • Oil Oxidation. ...
  • Power Loss. ...
  • Starting Difficulties. ...
  • Too Much Exhaust. ...
  • Too Much Noise.
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What controls the fuel system? ›

Fuel Injector pressures are controlled via a pressure regulator. Any fuel which is not used and exceeds pressure rates is returned via fuel lines back into the fuel tank.

What is the importance of fuel system? ›

The function of the fuel system is to store and supply fuel to the cylinder chamber where it can be mixed with air, vaporized, and burned to produce energy. The fuel, which can be either gasoline or diesel is stored in a fuel tank.

What is the basic flow of fuel system? ›

From the selector valve (LEFT, RIGHT, or OFF), fuel flows through the main strainer where it can supply the engine primer. Then, it flows downstream to the fuel pumps. Typically, one electric and one engine-driven fuel pump are arranged in parallel. They draw the fuel from the tank(s) and deliver it to the carburetor.

What is a fuel system problem? ›

A malfunctioning fuel system can prevent an engine from starting but so can other problems such as lack of spark, a blocked air intake, or a broken timing belt and simply no fuel in the fuel tank. Be sure to rule out these possibilities before continuing to diagnose the fuel system.

What is fuel pump system? ›

A fuel pump is a component in motor vehicles that transfers liquid from the fuel tank to the carburetor or fuel injector of the internal combustion engine.

What are the 7 parts of engine? ›

Components of internal combustion engine
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What is engine type? ›

engine type means a power source with defined characteristics such as fuel utilized, number of cylinders, displacement, and net brake horsepower.

What are the 8 systems of a car? ›

The 9 General Vehicle Systems
  • The Engine. ...
  • The Fuel System. ...
  • The Ignition System. ...
  • The Electrical System. ...
  • The Exhaust System. ...
  • The Drive Train. ...
  • The Suspension and Steering Systems. ...
  • The Brake System.
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What is called fuel? ›

(a) Any substance which upon combustion produces a usable amount of energy is known as fuel. For example wood, coal, biogas, LPG, petrol, diesel etc.

What is the chemical name of fuel? ›

A typical petrol is a mixture of various chemicals such as paraffin, olefins and naphthalene. Petrol has a basic chemical formula since it is a mixture of various chemicals and is also blended as per its need. So, it's general chemical formula is CnH2n+2. Diesel is also derived from a source called petroleum.

What is called the best fuel? ›

Hydrogen has the highest energy content of any common fuel by weight.

What are the 4 steps of an engine? ›

The cycle includes four distinct processes: intake, compression, combustion and power stroke, and exhaust.

What are the 6 systems in a car? ›

The major systems of an automobile are the engine, fuel system, transmission, electrical system, cooling and lubrication system, and the chassis, which includes the suspension system, braking system, wheels and tires, and the body.

What class is fuel? ›

Class B fires involve flammable and combustible liquids such as gasoline, alcohol, oil-based paints, lacquers.

Which fuel is used in car? ›

Gasoline. Gasoline is one of the most common types of fuels used for automobiles today. This petroleum-based fuel is refined for four- to six-cylinder engines, found in most of today's common cars. Gasoline provides many advantages in running a car or other vehicle.

How is fuel made? ›

Gasoline is made when crude oil is broken into various petroleum products through a process of fractional distillation. The finished product is then distributed to gas stations through pipelines. Gasoline is essential to running most internal combustion engine cars.

What are the uses of fuel? ›

We use fuel for heating, cooking, electricity, and also in our vehicles. Fuel can be used by individuals or commercial spaces, and is always used in our everyday lives.

What is octane formula? ›

What is heat fuel? ›

Heating fuel means heating oil, kerosene, or other dyed diesel fuel that is not used to propel a motor vehicle and which is typically used to heat a structure. “Heating fuel” includes any blend of petroleum and biodiesel used to heat a structure.

What is the most commonly used fuel? ›

Gasoline is the dominant transportation fuel in the United States, followed by distillate fuels (mostly diesel fuel) and jet fuel. Gasoline includes aviation gasoline and motor gasoline.

What are the seven 7 components of fuel system? ›

The fuel system of a petrol car consists mainly of a fuel tank, fuel pump, piping, fuel filter, fuel injectors, and a fuel pressure regulator. The most important element of the fuel system is the fuel injector.

What are the parts of the fuel system in the engine support system? ›

fuels, fuel filter, regulators, tank, lines, lift pump, mechanical and electronic injectors, pumps, fuel injector pumps, nozzles, injector tips, hoses, tubes, water separator, governors, timing and spark advance, seals, gaskets, sensors, solenoids, wiring, software.

What are the 5 components of a diesel fuel system? ›

A basic diesel fuel system is made up of five essential components. These are the tank, the fuel transfer pump, filters, the injection pump, and the injection nozzles. The fuel tanks in diesel systems are typically crafted from aluminum alloys or sheet metal.

What are some common fuel system problems? ›

Four Common Fuel System Problems and Their Causes
  • Bad or Clogged Fuel Injectors.
  • Clogged Fuel Filter.
  • Clogged or Leaking Fuel Lines.
  • Malfunctioning Fuel Pump.
  • Bonus: The Wrong Gasoline.
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What are three parts of a fuel system? ›

The main components of the fuel system include fuel tank, pump, filter and injector/carburetor.

What are the 6 fuel system delivery components? ›

Abstract: The fuel injection system can be divided into low-pressure and high-pressure sides. The low-pressure components include the fuel tank, fuel supply pump and fuel filter. The high-pressure side components include a high pressure pump, accumulator, fuel injector and fuel injector nozzle.

What are the 8 main parts of diesel engine? ›

A medium or high speed diesel engine has such components and parts as engine body, crankshaft, connecting rod, piston, cylinder liner, heat exchanger, cylinder cover, high-pressure fuel pipe and alarm, connecting rod bolt, supercharger, fuel injection pump assembly.

What's the main part of a car? ›

Engine. It makes sense to start with the most important part under the hood of a vehicle, which is the engine. Most modern vehicles run on internal combustion engines, which generate energy by igniting a mixture of air and fuel that moves pistons, which in turn move the car.

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