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This AutoMeter High Pressure Fuel Isolator is required when running a fuel injected engine with a mechanical fuel pressure gauge mounted in the vehicle interior. This isolator assembly mounts between the gauge and the fuel pressure port on your regulator or fuel rail and translates fuel pressure readings to the gauge keeping flammable materials out of the passenger compartment. This brass bodied version from AutoMeter is safe for competition use, and includes -4AN fittings, 4 ft. of PTFE lined braided stainless hose, fill kit hardware. and instructions for proper setup.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Safe for use with pump and race gas formulations on fuel injected applications with a maximum operating pressure of 100 PSI.
- Not for use with Alcohol, Nitromethane, or Diesel fuels.
- Includes -4AN male fitting connections, 4 ft. PTFE lined braided stainless hose, and fill kit hardware.
- Brass construction.
- Dimensions: 1.5 in. Diameter, 3.25 in. Length (including fittings).
- For carbureted applications, please see part #5376.
- SHIPPED WITH
- 4 ft. braided stainless hose
FUEL PRESSURE ISOLATOR KIT, FOR 100 PSI GAUGES, BRASS, INCL. 4FT. #4 BRAIDED STAINLESS LINE is rated out of 5 by 2.Rated 5 out of 5 by Chad H from Tough setup Getting the system to work properly was a little tricky at first. I had to completely start from scratch with the fluid to get all of the air out of the system, but once that is done, it's great. It's nice to have a fuel pressure gauge in the cab of my off-road vehicleDate published: 2018-12-08Rated 4 out of 5 by Mort from Works well in most applications Line is too short for some applications so I wish there were options for longer lines. Adding antifreeze to the longer line and getting the air out was a pain. However, in the end it works great.Date published: 2018-03-07
Can I purchase the isolator without the ss line and rest of kit?Thank you so much for contacting us. Unfortunately, we only offer the high pressure isolators with the line included. Sorry for the bad news.Date published: 2018-08-01
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