Stage Control Solenoid Valve
An Electronic Solenoid Built to Exceed Your Demands
JEGS stage control solenoid valve (also known as: Roll/Launch/Brake Control, Line Loc(k), Anti-Roll, and Roll Stop) takes the guesswork out of the staging or burnout procedure. Not for ABS or split diagonal brakes.
- Designed by experts to handle high brake line pressure
- 2-port brass valve utilizes 1/8" NPT inlet and outlet fittings
- Screened inlet protects against rust contamination common to steel lines
- High-flow ports
- Waterproof 12 volt coil
- Powder coated housing for durability (black instead of standard zinc plating)
- Includes mounting screws but installation hardware (#555-63005) is sold separately or with Valve Kit #555-63000K
Is this valve rebuildable?
I see the amperage during operation should be 3A. Mine just blew a fuse, and I found it started pulling ~9A. Is that safe to run, or way too high?
How many amps is the solenoid drawing?
Can this be mounted horizontal or vertical
If I want to order 20 of this. Can I get a better price. Thank.
Are these valves compatible with transmission fluid and what is the maximum fluid temperature they can withstand?
Is it possible to get a CAD model or dimensions?
Would i be crazy to use electric over a manuel for my park brake ? Whats the draw on my batt. going to be like ? Dont really have ideal location for a manuel valve :(
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