Heatshield Products Releases FR Shields To Protect Fuel Rails

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Heatshield Products Releases FR Shields To Protect Fuel Rails


New from Heatshield – the FR Shields to protect fuel rails and fuel from heat. These shields easily install over the fuel rails to limit this transfer of heat. See more details below.

Official Release:

Improve the engine performance of a fuel-injection engine and avoid vapor lock with the FR Shields from Heatshield Products.

Fuel-injection rails are subject to heat radiated from the engine, which is then transmitted to both the fuel injectors and the fuel that flows through the rails. As the temperature of the fuel and components rises, there’s a greater risk of vapor lock and pre-ignition. FR Shields install over the fuel rails to limit this transfer of heat.

In addition to avoiding engine problems caused by vapor lock and pre-ignition, keeping fuel as cool as possible increases the density, which helps engine performance and efficiency. The FR Shields from Heatshield Products are engineered to Withstand 1,100 degrees F continuous radiant heat and 500 degrees F direct heat. This also means that heated fuel won’t be traveling to the fuel cell or gas tank in a return-style fuel system

The FR Shields are available in kits to fit single- or dual-rail systems, and they can be custom ordered to fit special applications. They are easy to install and to remove without removing the fuel rails from the engine.

Heatshield Products has engineered and manufactured heat-barrier products for more than 30 years, serving the performance and racing industry with the highest quality products at competitive prices. The company is family owned and operated, and is proud to make its products in the USA.

Features:

  • Withstand 1,100 degrees F continuous radiant heat and 500 degrees F direct heat
  • Reduce fuel temperatures and help prevent vapor lock and pre-ignition
  • Easy to install
  • Made in the USA



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