Vacuum Reserve Canisters
Improve your brake's performance with a vacuum reserve tank from JEGS. When installing a high lift camshaft it's common to have issues of low vacuum at idle and slow speeds. This issue can result in not having enough vacuum for the brake booster to function at full potential. When in use, the reserve tank builds a vacuum while driving, when the most is being produced. As you slow down, the one-way valve stops the flow and retains the vacuum in the tank that is then used by the booster when applying the brakes.
- Tank dimensions: 6 3/4 in. L x 4 7/8 W (not including handle or one-way valve)
- Handle dimensions: 5 in. L x 1 in. W x 1 in. H
- Sturdy steel construction is resistant to distortion
- Durable black powder-coated finish
- (2) 1/8 in. NPT threaded holes for fittings, pressure gauge, or plug
- (1) Removable check valve. See 555-631040, 555-63013, and 555-63015 for replacements.
Does this mount to side of master cylinder or to another location. My 03 has a smaller one on side of boaster bolt
Do you still leave the check valve on the booster when hooking it up?
Can this be used to help my vacuum wipers
What size vacuum hose will I need and do you have it in stock ?
does it fit jeep 1997 wrangler ?
Can this be used for the headlights on a 1969 charger. Vacuum canister is very similar.
Vacuum doesn’t work . does it matter what inlet I use ?
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