Earls 26-551 LS Steam Tube Kit w/Speed Flex
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Steam Vent Adapters & kits. They are designed to eliminate trapped air and steam from your engine to prevent hot spots or overheating. The complete kits are available to plumb your LS engine and include the appropriate hose and hose ends to make installation a breeze. These kits are more attractive than the OEM rigid hard lines and provide flexibility when using aftermarket intakes and other accessories on performance vehicles.
Holley LS steam tube kit with braided stainless Speed-Seal hose, zinc plated steel hose ends, and adjustable steam vent adapters for the front outlets on the engine.
- Eliminates trapped air, hot spots, and overheating
- -3 AN Hose/Fittings
- Custom look for LS engines - More attractive than OEM hard lines
- Adjustable pivoting steam vent adapters
- Complete kits w/black push-on or stainless braided speed-flex hose & hose ends
- Available in front or four corner pumbing options
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Q & A
Speedway Motors employee Pat joins us once again. This time Pat is talking to the Model A and Model T owners, specifically in regards to Moto-Meters and accessories.
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