DEI Introduces Vapor Block™ Fuel Line Sleeve for classic cars with carburettors

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Something that many classic car owners will be familiar with is a hot starting problem associated with fuel vapour lock on cars equipped with carburettors.

DEI’s new Vapor (note US spelling when ‘Googling’) Block™ Fuel Line Sleeve provides an easy, sensible and low cost solution that prevents rough idling and difficult starting caused by vapour lock.

The sleeve has been designed to greatly reduce heat in the fuel line thus keeping the fuel cooler and below evaporation point. The DEI Vapor Block Sleeve installs easily thanks to a split design and adhesive flap. There is no need to disconnect the fuel line to install. Simply wrap Vapor Block around line, remove the adhesive release liner and press the adhesive back flap into place.

DEI Vapor Block Sleeve is made from glass fibre and polyester laminated onto an aluminium outer layer. It offers excellent long lasting thermal protection and avoids expensive repairs or modifications. It is currently available in a 5/8” pipe size with a 16mm inside diameter. DEI Vapor Block Sleeve can be purchased online or wherever DEI line and hose protection products are sold.

For more information about DEI’s Vapor Block Fuel Line Sleeve, part # 010669, or for more information about other DEI heat and sound control products, visit: www.DesignEngineering.com, call +1 800-264-9472 (Eastern Time) or e-mail Sales@DesignEngineering.com.

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