Kinsler 3971 K140 Ultimate Hi-Speed Bypass, 57-123 PSI Adjustable
- Measures 5" in length and is 4" tall
- Has a hi flow capacity and is light weight
- It is externally adjustable from 57 to 123 psi
- Provides accurate pressure control and is serviceable in the field
- It includes -6 AN inlet fitting and has a hard anodized finish for added protection
If you want the best high-speed bypass for your fuel injection system, look no further than this Kinsler model K-140. It’s adjustable from 57 to 123 lbs. of pressure and has a proven track record in winning race cars. Used as a return bypass on sprint cars or other high end fuel injection-type cars.
- Externally adjustable from 57 to 123 psi
- Hi flow capacity and light weight
- Accurate pressure control
- Methanol and gasoline compatible
- Serviceable in the field
- Hard anodized finish
- Includes -6 AN inlet fitting
- Length: 5”
- Height: 4”
- Warranty by Kinsler
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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