Fuel Safe DST122 Dirt Series Modified Fuel Cell, 22 Gallon
Modified, Sport Mod, 22 gallons Capacity, 12.00" to 14.00" Overall Height Range, Steel, Black
Featuring FIA-FT3 compliant high strength Race Safe bladder, housed in a 20 gauge steel container with a black powder coated finish that conforms to all major sanctioning body’s rules book. A lightweight aluminum fill plate with a threaded aluminum fill cap provides excellent roll over protection and creates a low profile design that allows racers to adjust the location of the cell in the chassis for peak performance. The forward bias sump design ensures the fuel load is carried low and forward in the chassis and that fuel is always available under acceleration. Available in 17 and 22 gallon configurations.
All Fuel Safe Dirt Late Model cells feature the following components:
• High strength molded Race Safe bladder – meets FIA-FT3 Specifications
• Powder coated (black) 20 gauge steel container with Aluminum upgrade option.
• Low profile light-weight aluminum fill plate with: * Billet aluminum threaded cap * -6 rollover vent valve * -8 fuel return * Dipstick
• -10 pickup top outlet. These cell are not certified FIA-FT3 but are compliant
• 5 year limited warranty
For gasoline only! Will not work with E85, Methanol or Ethanol.
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