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Oberg Fuel Line Safety Valve is Approved

Oberg Fuel Line Safety Valve is Approved

Tri-City Motor Speedway has added an option to your fuel system safety. We have been doing extensive research on the Oberg Fuel Line Safety Valve since we were recently made aware of the valve.

In any class you have the option to run an Oberg Fuel Line Safety Valve or a Manual Fuel Safety Ball Valve.

If running a ball valve:
A fuel shut off ball valve is required to be within reach of driver and safety crew and to be mounted with the handle through the deck or firewall not to be mounted inside the cockpit. The valve and handle must be painted bright orange, and clearly labeled with “Fuel Shut Off” securely mounted and easily accessible. The TCMS Inspector has final decision on mounting of shut off valve.

If running an Oberg Valve:
An Oberg Fuel Line Safety Valve is required to be installed under body/deck and behind firewalls, in the fuel line and per manufacture instructions; not to be mounted inside the cockpit. The valve must be securely mounted and easily accessible for inspection. Car must be clearly labeled with "Oberg Fuel Valve" composed of a vinyl sticker (1" stroke orange letters with a white 1/2" outline) sticker must contrast from body and graphics to be easily readable. Two stickers will be required; one on the deck where the ball valve would have been mounted and one on the fuel cell or on the trunk lid. The TCMS Inspector has final decision on mounting of fuel valve.

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