Fuel filters--your Mopar needs at least one, if you want that performance powerplant under the hood to run the way it should.
Go with one of Quick Fuel Technology's new billet aluminum fuel filters---not just for looks, but for how they keep bad stuff out of your engine.
Many times, fuel filters are an afterthought when designing a fuel system—until Quick Fuel Technology (QFT) came up with two new anodized billet aluminum fuel filters that make selecting the correct one foolproof.
They can be used on either carbureted or high-pressure fuel injection systems, they’re compatible with most fuels (including alcohol and E85), and they’re designed for maximum flow--with pressure drops of less than 1 psi at 1,500 pounds-per-hour (pph) of fuel flow.
QFT’s In-Line Billet Fuel Filter fits into tight locations, yet offers a substantial filtering area. It features Viton O-ring-sealed end caps for superior strength and corrosion resistance, and comes in three sizes (#8 AN, #10 AN, and #12 AN), and two different filter media (10-micron cellulose and 40-micron stainless steel).
For cars and trucks requiring replaceable filter elements, there’s QFT’s Canister Fuel Filter. Also featuring Viton O-ring sealed end caps for leak-proof operation, its inlets and outlets are threaded for large ½” x 14 NPT fittings for high fuel flow capacity. Two replacement filter elements are available--10-micron cellulose and 100-micron stainless steel.
GET IT: Quick Fuel Technology (QFT) 270/793-0900, www.quickfueltechnology.com
(Courtesy Quick Fuel Technology)