NPT Female Port Y-Blocks
Intended to make plumbing dual fuel lines to your carb easy. These billet aluminum Y-blocks are designed for optimum flow in both street or race applications.
NPT Female Port Y-Blocks
These blocks feature 3/8'' NPT inlet and outlet ports. For maximum flow applications, our race blocks utilize large 1/2'' NPT inlets with either 3/8'' NPT or 1/2'' NPT outlet ports. All blocks feature a 1/8'' NPT pressure gauge port and are anodized red for a great appearance.
AN Female Port Y-Blocks
These Russell billet Y-blocks are machined to accept AN straight thread adapters. Use Russell radius AN o-ring port fittings for the ultimate in flow capacity.
AN Male Port Y-Blocks
True Y-design for unrestricted flow, these Y-Blocks are machined from billet and feature male 37-degree AN connections, perfect for inline mounting. They are available in three popular sizes, -06, -08 & -10 AN ports. The -08 & -10 AN fittings include an 1/8'' NPT female port for fuel pressure take off or gauge mount.
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