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Part #: FASSSTK-5500

FASS STK-5500 Fuel Sump Kit

Universal - Many Applications
Part #: FASSSTK-5500
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Description

The FASS STK-5500 Fuel Sump Kit is designed to be capable of functioning independently or in combination with our Fuel Air Separation System, drivers can now get the benefits that come with a sump but without any of the inherited issues.

Like most sumps on the market, the FASS Sump Kit can pull fuel from the outside of the sump through a pre-tapped 1/2" fuel port. However this brings the inherited issues that a line can catch and pull loose. To fix this issue FASS decided that they would also offer a way to pull fuel from the inside of the tank using a Bulkhead fitting and Suction Tube Kit, effectively eliminating this possibility.

Features:

  • Pulls Fuel From Top Or Bottom Of Tank
  • Billet Bulkhead Fitting
  • Eliminates 1/4 Tank Issues

Specifications

  • MFG. Number STK-5500
  • Manufacturer Name FASS
  • Shipping Weight 3.90 lb.
  • Shipping Length 6 in.
  • Shipping Width 6 in.
  • Shipping Height 6 in.
  • Prop 65 WARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov

Reviews

Works like a champ, PITA to install
Colin Ard
Location: Sparks, NV
Order 608882: The unit works great and is everything you could need to stop any 1/4 tank issues when you add a lift pump (I have the FASS 150G). You will want to watch the FASS official installation video on Youtube. You'll need a hole saw and a few other things to complete the installation and it's complicated. This *is not* a 'bolt-on' upgrade but if you do it right, it works fantastic!

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Do you have to dirll any holes in the bottom of the tank?
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