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RCI 15-Gallon Aluminum Fuel Cell 30" L x 12" W x 9" H


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RCI 2162A
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15-Gallon Aluminum Fuel Cell
  • 30'' L x 12'' W x 9'' H
  • Filler Neck with Cap
  • No Safety Foam
  • Natural Finish
  • Free Shipping - Ships

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    Can you run 93 octane and higher in this cell ?

    Asked by: RyanM714
    This will work with 93 octane unleaded premium and most other racing fuels.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-08-20

    Is there another sending unit option for a ford style. 70-10 ohm?

    Asked by: Leftonhigh
    No, the GM style 0-90 ohms is the only one available for the fuel cells.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-08-20

    1. Does this tank have a bladder? 2. Does it have the pickup tubes inside of it? 3. Would this work with a Carter P70235 Carburetor style inline fuel pump? (max 4psi)

    Asked by: nightowl22
    This does not have a bladder. It does have a pick up tube. You would want to use a pump that is powerful enough to pull a siphon.
    Answered by: Flanary
    Date published: 2017-08-24
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