Canton Racing Products 24-046 Details
Standard Oil Accumulators
The 1-quart Accusump is ideal for surge control on motorcycle engines and pre-oiling for all engines. Its small size requires minimal space for mounting. Body is 12'' long with 3-1/4" diameter.
Canton Racing Accusumps are oil reservoirs that connect to an engine's oiling system. They collect and store pressurized oil from the engine so it can be discharged when oil pressure is low. These oil accumulators deliver oil before starting eliminating dry-start scuffing (pre-oiling), and they discharge oil during low-pressure surges to protect against engine damage in demanding race conditions. Units are made of heavy-wall aluminum tubing with PTFE-coated interiors, an internal billet aluminum piston, and screw-in end caps.Features:
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