Kinsler Fuel Injection 3904 High Speed Diaphragm Bypass
- Made up of a restrictor jet provision and neoprene diaphragm for gasoline or methanol
- Features simple adjustable pop-off pressure using a blade screwdriver and 7/16" wrench
- Designed for on secondary or high speed bypass on long tracks
- Housing is constructed out of hard anodized aluminum
- Adjusting screw and lock nut is a special radius 12-24 threaded screw
This Kinser diaphragm bypass is used for secondary or high speed bypass on long tracks. Has a restrictor jet provision, neoprene diaphragm for gasoline or methanol, and a hard-anodized aluminum housing. Simple adjustable pop-off pressure using a balde screwdriver and 7/16" wrench.
Includes -6 AN male flare fittings.
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