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Description

The POWERFLOW™ line of fuel filters covers the entire range of filters for carbureted automotive applications, with fuel injected models being developed for the future. Many competitive filters are supplied with various style ends nipple style for slip on hose or various sizes of AN threads. This requires extensive inventory on the part of retailers who typically only stock one or two versions. The Professional Products line of POWERFLOW™ Filters are modular in design with each filter (other than our Inline Street Filters) being supplied with pipe tapped inlet and outlet ports. We also offer a line of inexpensive adapter fittings which will allow the user to adapt any of our filters to a wide variety of applications and hose styles or sizes. In most cases, the retail price of one of our filters and two adapter fittings is still 35 Percent to 50 Percent less in cost than similar competitive filters.

Features
  • Competition Inline Filter Is Designed For Racing Applications Using Gasoline Or Alcohol On Carbureted Vehicles
  • Competition Fuel Filter Has A Large Tubular Stainless Steel Screen Inside And Features 1/2 in. NPT Ports On Both Ends
  • There Are Four Tapped Holes On The Flat Side Boss That Can Be Used For A Fabricated Mounting Bracket
  • Competition Filter Will Flow 140 Gallons Per Hour At 7 PSIG And 360 Gallons Per Hour At 40 PSIG. It Filters To Approximately 15 Microns And Is All Aluminum Construction With Viton® O-Rings
  • Length - 5.4 in.
  • Location - In-Line
  • Fuel Type - Gasoline/ Alcohol
  • Micron Rating - 15
  • Element Material - Paper
  • Inlet Connection Type - Female Threads
  • Inlet Connection Size - 1/2 in.
  • Outlet Connection Type - Female Threads
  • Outlet Connection Size - 1/2 in.
  • Diameter - 2.6 in.
  • Finish - Anodized
  • Color - Red/ Blue
  • Material - Aluminum
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    Prof Prod 10302 Red & Blue Competition Inline Filter
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