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
- Chrome-plated finish compliments any engine bay
- (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.
Canisters to Resolve Vacuum Issues
Does your high lift cam not produce enough vacuum to run the brake booster, let us help with the JEGS Vacuum Canisters. See the full potential of your brakes with these 5 in. x 7 in. steel canisters, available in chrome, or black. Strong enough to not flex under pressure, these units are supplied with a grommet, one-way check valve, 90-degree brass fitting, and port plug. The dual threaded ports let you add a vacuum gauge, second fitting, or choose on what side the fitting best suits your application. Don't let your high lift cam negatively impact your braking.
This vacuum canister work for the AC vacuum lines
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