AEROFLOW Aluminium 5 Gallon Fuel Cell Aluminium 5 Gallon (19L) Fuel Cell with Cavity/Sump 10-1/4" L x 11-13/16" W x 10-1/4" H (26cm x 30cm x 26cm) High Grade Aluminium: 3.0mm thickness Robot Welded: The fuel cell has been welded solely by a high level machine robot the quality of which can be seen by the clean corner welds. Internally baffled: The fuel cell incorporates internal baffling to be Ethanol & Methanol safe. Fuel Pick-Up Point: As can be seen in the photo The fuel OUT fittings are in a cavity at the base of the cell which helps prevent fuel starvation at low fuel levels even under high G-force levels. Fuel Inlet / Outlet Fittings: The fuel cell incorporates all -12 ORB female threads for use in all applications. 2 X pickups and 2 X returns or 1 X return and 1 X rollover. For a bolt in Roll-Over valve use Part AF614-08. Flush Cap: Designed for fast cap removal with a flip up and twist action CNC billet polished alloy cap with a 1 way air valve in the cap. Mounting Brackets: The cell can be secured with the 4 sturdy mounting brackets. (Rubber mounts recommended for high flex chassis applications) Aeroflow?s objective has been to incorporate state-of-the-art manufacturing aerospace quality materials and rigid quality controls to produce quality performance products at extraordinary value. Aeroflow has taken its forward thinking knowledge to the street manufacturing a wide range of race quality products to improve street performance and dependability.
AEROFLOW Aluminium 5 Gallon Fuel Cell
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