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Mr Gasket 97

Mr Gasket Heat Dissipator 1/4" Thick

720-97

made in usa
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$21.61
Mr Gasket Heat Dissipator 1/4" Thick $21.61
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Heat Dissipator
  • 1/4" Thick
  • Holley & AFB
  • 4-Hole
  • Mr Gasket 97 Details

  • Heat-Absorbing Material
  • Separated By Aluminum Alloy
  • Forces Heat Away
  • Stops Vapor-Locking
  • Also As A Mounting Gasket

  • Specifications:

    Mounting Hardware Included
    No
    Gaskets Included
    Yes
    Thickness (in.)
    0.250
    Carburetor Spacer Finish
    Natural
    Carburetor Spacer Material
    Aluminum
    Carburetor Spacer Style
    4-hole
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    97

    Special heat-absorbing gasket material is separated by layers of aluminum alloy that forces engine heat into the airstream away from the carburetor. Allows a cooler, denser air mixture and helps prevent vapor lock.

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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