Fuel Bowl Vent Baffles
Keep the fuel in the carburetor for safety and performance!
The Holley Fuel Bowl Vent Tubes are available with a standard angled cut or "J" style for marine and off-road applications. The angle cut vent tubes accept the anti-spill valves below for added safety and fuel slosh prevention.
The Holley Anti-Spill Valves are designed to reduce fuel slosh from the carburetor vent tubes. They are especially effective for off-road and marine racing as well as hard launches at the drag strip or sudden stops and changes in direction on the road course. They are important and cost effective pieces of safety equipment that are extremely effective in reducing fuel loss in a roll-over accident situation.
The Holley Vent Baffles are available in a whistle and vent screen style and are designed to control fuel splash by preventing fuel from spilling out of the primary vent tube during hard acceleration. The whistle style extends the fuel bowl vent to the opposite side of the bowl and is only for center hung float bowl carburetors.
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