Hamburger's Performance Products High Flow Fuel Filters offer high performance for street and race engines. The high flow 180 degree filter is for use with gasoline or alcohol engines. The high flow 90 degree filter and the Street Performance in line and mountable filters are for use with gasoline only engines. These filters are constructed of light weight aluminum that is polished or anodized for durability.Street Performance In Line Fuel Filters
Hamburger's affordable In line fuel filters offer high performance for gasoline use carbureted engines. These light weight, compact fuel filters are designed to be spliced into your fuel system without being mounted on the firewall, fenderwell, or frame. They have 3/8" Ports that flow up to 160 GPH @ 7 PSIG with a washable 35 Micron Stainless Steel filter screen. Street Performance Mountable Fuel Filters
Hamburger's Street Performance Mountable Fuel Filters offer high performance for gasoline use carbureted engines. These high performance filters have a stainless steel mounting bracket allows you to position the unit on the firewall, fender well, or frame. They have 3/8" Ports that flow up to 150 GPH @ 7 PSIG with a washable 35 Micron Stainless Steel filter screen.
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