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JEGS 51120

JEGS 1-1/2" Core Plug Heater 1500 Watts @ 12.5A @ 120VAC

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JEGS 1-1/2" Core Plug Heater 1500 Watts @ 12.5A @ 120VAC $24.49
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1-1/2" Core Plug Heater
  • 1500 Watts @ 12.5A @ 120VAC
  • Installs into Block's Core Plug Hole
    For Most:
  • AMC V8
  • Buick V8
  • Ford 1966-95 V8 (Includes W, C, M and 429/460)
    Includes:
  • 4-1/2' Grounded Power Cord
  • JEGS 51120 Details

    Block Heaters

    Specifications:

    Volts
    120 V
    Shipping Weight:
    1.92
    Package Height:
    7.500
    Package Width:
    3.600
    Package Depth:
    24.000
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    50295

    Attention All Racers, Street Rodders, and Performance Car Owners...

    JEGS Core Plug Block Heater is the essential item your engine is screaming for! Not just for cold and icy mornings but ideal for race cars too! Preheating your engine's coolant and oil prevents wear and tear on vital engine components by radiating heat to surrounding components, such as engine bearings, valvetrain, intake manifold, transmission, and starter, which will allow for easier cranking and engine starting. Brings the engine to operating temperature quicker by cutting warm-up time in half, saving fuel and engine run time. Considerable testing on Alky-burning bracket cars showed a savings of 2-1/2 to 3 gallons of alcohol warming up on a 60° day! We tested big block Chevy bracket dragsters; one heater heated to a 90° water temperature, and two heaters to a 110° water temp (heaters left on for an hour). We suggest using one heater per side on V8s for quicker heating results. Installs easily into a core plug hole in the block and comes complete with a 4-1/2' grounded power cord.

    Specifications: Provides 1500 Watts (maximum) @ 12.5A @ 120VAC

    Application Guide

    51120 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works just fine. I live in Denver and this baby is keepin my baby nice and warm (425 Buick Nailhead) for my daily driver. Thanks
    Date published: 2016-12-08
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    I have a 1974 Slickcraft boat that has a 302 Ford v8 in it and use this into the late fall here in Michigan. IT can get below freezing some mornings white I still have it in the water. What type of heated would be best to keep the engine coolant warm?

    Asked by: steelydann
    This item will keep the engine water warm, but I would check with a marine dealer on the rest of the boat - out drive other components that may freeze.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-12-01
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