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FireBottle AMRC1002 Automatic Fire System, 10 lbs
FireBottle AMRC1002 Automatic Fire System, 10 lbs

FireBottle AMRC1002 Automatic Fire System, 10 lbs


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FireBottle AMRC1002 Automatic Fire System, 10 lbs
FireBottle AMRC1002 Automatic Fire System, 10 lbs
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The AMRC-1002 is a 10# automatic manual pull system specifically designed for the needs of the Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series. The bottle is made of aluminum, the dimensions are 18.95" X 5.25", and weighs 10lbs. Each AMRC has two line that would be automatically set off, one at 24" and the other at 84".

Also has 3 Manually operated nozzles, one suggested for the cockpit and the others in the engine compartment. This bottle is SFI’d. System comes with 1.5" roll bar mounting brackets, 5' pull cable, and 8' of aluminum tubing for the manually operated nozzles.

  • 18.95" overall height
  • 5.25" overall width
  • Weighs 10 pounds

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