Harley Fuel Max Inlet Elbow

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    The CVP Fuel Max Inlet ElbowTM replaces the stock fuel inlet on Harley CV, CVK40, and Harley Keihin butterfly carburetors. Increases flow by up to 40% when used with 5/16" fuel line. Single piece brass design will not break or leak like stock or two-piece replacement elbows. Compatible with all Harley CV (contant velocity) and Harley Keihin butterfly style carburetors 1981-2006.

    Includes a replacement stainless steel hose clamp.

    Instructions on replacing the fuel inlet.

    Fitment:
    Harley CV40 carburetor 1988-2006
    Harley Keihin "butterfly" carburetor 1981-1989
    Keihin CVK40 (40mm) found on Triumph and some Japanese motorcycles*

    *Not intended for smaller CVK (32-38) carburetors on import motorcycles or ATV's.


    Overall Customer Rating of 7 Reviews:

    Fuel elbow

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    This was my first experience ordering from your company. I was really pleased at how quickly the part was sent out. The elbow was exactly the right part the first time. Everything from start to finish was handled professionally. I will order from you in the future and will recommend your site to others. Thank you for a painless experience.


    google

    better quality and fit than oem harley part

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    Great service, super fast shipping, super quality parts, all in all a super company. Its nice to know that quality and customer service still exist. Will use CV Performance for all my carb parts and accessories in the future! Bryan S.


    oregon

    great fit

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    Outstanding fit and fixed a long standing leak in the plastic OEM set up. Highly recommended.


    Mechanicsville Maryland

    Harley Fuel Max Inlet Elbow Review

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    Well made. Fits tight (Which is good). No leaks. Good price.


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    I cracked the plastic elbow and thought I was done with my carb rebuild. Luckily I found CVP and followed your removal instructions. I love it when something actually works out like its supposed to!