Fore Innovation Dodge Demon/Redeye Hellcat 2015+ L4 Triple Pump Fuel System


The Fore Innovation Dodge Demon/Redeye Hellcat 2015+ L4 Triple Pump Fuel System is now available for purchase. Boost Referenced Return System for 1800+ rwhp. Traditional parallel feed, post regulated configuration ensures best fuel delivery consistency. Our compact y-block splits the feed evenly to each rail, then each rail feeds back to the regulator.


  • LX / LC Hellcat Fuel Pump Module (triple pump)
  • F2i Fuel Pressure Regulator
  • 88mm Inline Fuel Filter
  • Compact billet y-block
  • Billet Hellcat Hemi Fuel Rails
  • LX / LC Hellcat OE Feed Line Blockoff Plug
  • OE Hellcat passenger side tank module
  • OE Hellcat driver side level sender
  • All fittings, hose, hardware required for typical fuel line plumbing
-30 feet of fuel line and 10 matching hose ends (your choice)
-Qty 6, billet low profile 90 degree o-ring fittings
-Qty 8, straight AN to ORB fittings
-Qty 2, billet low profile 180 degree o-ring fittings
-Qty 2, -8 ORB 1.25″ port extensions
-Qty 10, hose straps and mounting screws

Notes on Demon / Redeye OE Fuel Pressure Sensor Options:

By default, our fuel system will delete the OE fuel pressure sensor. Due to popular request, we have added the following provisions for the fuel pressure sensor, which must be selected by the purchaser:

  • Delete OE Fuel Pressure Sensor
  • Inline Aftermarket Sensor: includes a new AC Delco sensor and provisions to mount in a high flow coupling with two more hose ends. In L2 and L4 systems, this can be installed without extending the OE electrical harness; however, extension of the OE harness may still be required on L3 systems.
  • Regulator Mounted Aftermarket Sensor: includes a new AC Delco sensor and an adapter to mount directly on the fuel pressure regulator. The installer will have to extend the OE electrical harness to accommodate the new location of the sensor.

Q: Can I use this system with E85?
A: Yes, provided you select our [optional] stainless filter element and select E85 rated fuel pumps.
Q: Should I select the FC2 or FC3 controller?
A: The FC2 will run both pumps full time. Dual small pumps, such as GSS342s may run full time; however, we suggest larger pumps be staged with FC3 due to the heat generated by the large puumps. Please contact us if you need assistance with your fuel pump selection.
Q: Can I purchase the fuel system without fuel pumps?
A: No, since fuel pumps are a wear item and critical to proper operation of the fuel system, we only supply fuel systems with pumps provided by us.
Q: What happens with the original fuel lines?
A: The factory fuel line will be plugged and will not be used in conjunction with our fuel system.
Q: Why doesn’t the Fore Innovations fuel pump module have a “basket” surrounding the pumps?
A: The basket is actually becomes a bottleneck in the system at lower fuel levels. The size of the basket is limited by the tank access opening and the depth of tank which is INSUFFICIENT in vehicles that have to ability to consume large amounts of fuel for more than 10-12 seconds. By nature of the dual sump fuel tank design, the pump side of the tank has an adequate sump that provides adequate fuel for your motor. However, considering our fuel system has the ability to transport large amounts of fuel residing in a fuel tank geometrically shaped for smaller pumps, we do recommend you keep at least 1/2 tank of fuel in the tank for racing conditions.
Q: Can I expect fuel smells when the car is sitting or running?
A: Our proprietary hermetic wire seal assures a 100% seal at the wire pass through (we actually seal the outside and inside of each individual conductor). As long as you select our PTFE fuel hose, you can expect fuel smells to be non-existent. Startlite fuel line will smell. Additionally, operating a smaller primary fuel pump will minimize fuel heat and evaporative emissions.
Q: Are Fore Innovations fuel systems noisy?
A: Our module is far more quiet than any external pump. However, please keep in mind that larger pumps make more noise than smaller pumps; likewise, two pumps make more noise than one pump. Generally speaking, our module with a single turbine style pump will be inaudible in the typical customer’s car that has an upgraded exhaust system. If you are sensitive to pump noise, we recommend a dissimilar pump setup, using the smallest possible pump for the primary. If you are unsure about pump selection, please contact us.