JAZ Products maintains their own equipment and molds, producing only the highest quality fuel cells. Their Specialized Pro Sport Fuel Cells are molded in a seamless cross-linked polyethylene outer shell and 20-gauge welded steel container powder coated in red or black. These specialized pro sport fuel cells feature a D-ring bail handle cap assembly and are top fed with a pickup hose routed to the right rear corner of the cell. Available with or without foam, JAZ only uses the best safety foam on the market, which has a 10x longer service lifespan than that of other non-fuel approved foams. All specialized pro sport fuel cells exceed SFI 28.1 and are accepted by most sanctioning organizations.
- Molded in seamless cross-linked polyethylene outer shell
- 20-gauge welded steel container
- Red or black powder coat
- Available with or without aviation safety foam
- D-ring bail handle cap assembly
- Mil spec anodized AN-10 fuel pickup fitting
- Mil spec anodized AN-8 tip over vent fitting
- Mil spec anodized AN-8 return fitting
- Top pickup hose routed to right rear corner
Note: Although these fuel cells exceed SFI 28.1, only fuel cells labeled with SFI certification are actually certified. Only fuel cells that are specifically designed for classes that require SFI certification receive a serial number and SFI label. (Additional charges apply for SFI serial number and label.)
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