Fuel Cell Accessories
JEGS 15361 Fuel Cell Rollover Vent Valve for a -8 AN connection will help prevent fuel spillover during a rollover. This internal valve mounts into the top of a fuel cell. A must for any serious racer and required in all sanctioned racing events.
Fuel Cells to Amplify Performance and Safety
JEGS Aluminum Fuel Cells are equipped with durable TIG-welded aluminum tanks (wall thickness of 0.090 in.), foam (advanced fuel aeration), and a flush-mount, aircraft-type cap to provide complete fuel containment (billet aluminum cap sold separately). These lightweight Fuel Cells include male AN outlets, a vent, and are available with a natural, polished, or oil/fuel-resistant black powder-coat finish.
JEGS Rollover Vent Valves are made from lightweight aluminum and designed with a one-way check valve that allows air to flow through the vent line under normal operating conditions, and in the event of a rollover, the valve closes off the vent line keeping fuel in the cell and not allowing it to spill over. These valves are available in internal and external mount applications and in AN sizes of -6 AN, -8 AN, and -10 AN. Rollover valves are mandatory for many sanctioned racing organizations for safety precautions. Please consult your rules book or safety crew.
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