|05-06926||FS20-20-D2-6M||3/8 feed &|
|9/16-18 Male AN-6||Male|
|Used to switch the fuel in an appliction where there is a fuel injected engine that needs flow return. It allows you to pipe surplus fuel to the same tank from which it was drawn. This avoids the worry of overfilling the return tank or having an overly complicated fuel system. Engines that can benefit from this valve are Surburu, Continental, Rotax, and Diesel engines. The FS20-20-D2 has two 3/8" sections where as the new FS25-20-D2 has one 1/2" feed section and on 3/8" return section. The valves can be supplied with either male or female fittings.|
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Looks like it came off the space shuttle. Super high quality and super high price.
Try the Newton Sprl range. Superb quality, immediately available and choice of the FAR complying or a positive snap home for each selection. Me, l think that the FAA got it wrong.
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