A. Fuel cells must be used in accordance with the manufacturers specifications. Alterations of any kind will not be permitted (example: alterations to top plate, alterations or removal of foam, etc.).

B. Either meet FT3 or SFI 28.3 requirements and/or Include:

a. Key components of an approved fuel cell are: a metal container, bladder, foam baffling for slosh and explosion suppression, flap valve and rollover vent valve, threaded or snap lock cap.

b. Fuel valve plate, fuel pickup and fuel return fittings must be on the top of the fuel cell.

c. The fuel cell must be completely enclosed in an 18-gauge magnetic steel container.

d. Fuel cells that are not contained within a welded steel tubing “rack” must have two (2) equally spaced steel straps that measure two (2) inches wide by 1/8 inch in thickness that completely surround the fuel cell. The straps must be bolted to the frame. Longitudinal (front to rear) orientation is recommended for strap mounting.

C. The maximum capacity for the fuel cell will be 22 gallons. Engines that are fueled by alcohol may have a maximum capacity of 32 gallons.

D. All fuel cells must be completely visible.

E. The fuel cell must not extend lower than protective tubing.

F. Racing gasoline or alcohol will be permitted.

G. Nitrous oxide, nitrous methane, propylene oxide or any type of additives will not be permitted.

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