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Are you tired of your fuel pressure gauge constantly bouncing around,never giving accurate readings? This is most common on electric sending unit type of fuel pressure gauges (as opposed to mechanical), and what happens is that all lift pumps create minor fluctuations/pulsations in the fuel, like waves. And electric sending units do not take a constant reading of pressure, merely they take quick readings on predetermined intervals, so they will take a reading at the top of the wave, then at the bottom, then in the middle, and so forth. Many people will build to isolate the sending unit away from the direct stream of fuel, but they require additional fittings, a length of hose, and usually some type of needle valve.....kind of a headache.
We offer this simple banjo bolt style snubber that has an internal micro calibrated orifice to dampen the pressure spikes/waves. On one end of the CBS010 snubber is an 1/8" female pipe thread for fuel pressure testing or permanent gauge installations. Unlike other models of pressure snubbers, this fitting does not require expensive adapters! It will install directly on your P7100. By installing the snubber directly on the inlet of the your P pump, you will get the most accurate readings.
The snubber is plated in a high quality rust resistant coating, there are no short cuts that minimize quality! Plating is a more expensive process, but it's worth it. Your new gauge snubber will look great and remain rust free for many years.
Included with the snubber are detailed instructions and banjo seal washers. If you are going to install a fuel pressure gauge on your P pump, do it right with a Tork Tek Cummins Banjo Snubber. The CBS010 snubber will also work on any diesel that has a 14MM x 1.5 thread.
- ManufacturerTork Teknology
- Detailed installation instructions
- Rust resistant snubber
- Two sealing washers for a leak free installation.
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