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RACORSNAPP Quick-Service Small Outboard Fuel Filter, 2 Micron


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Model # 16082661 | Mfg # 23299-02UPC # 706672028143


SNAPP Quick-Service Small Outboard Fuel Filter, 2 Micron

Name Value
Application Diesel
Dimensions 3.8" Width x 7.8" Height x 4.1" Depth
Features 2 Micron
Type Fuel/Water Separators

Product Overview

Quick fuel filter changes without tools. Ideal for outboards.

Filter changes are a snap with Racor’s SNApp™ water-separating fuel filters. No mess, no fuss, filter changes can be achieved by a patented no-tools-required quick attachment method. Just pivot and snap the filter in place. The filter lement features one-piece, leak-free construction with the industry respected Aquabloc® filter media. A clear nylon bowl with drain makes inspection for easy and allows users to remove water and debris to extend filter life. Includes a stainless steel mounting bracket and 3/8" quick-connect fittings (SAE J2044) for use with 5/16" ID hose.  2 1/2" clearance is required in front of housing for service. Max. flow rate of 40 gph, ideal for outboards up to 140hp. Compatible with E-10 gasoline and B-20 biodiesel. For filter changes that are a snap, chose Racor's SNApp® system.

Key Features

  • Compact design allows filter changes with limited clearance
  • Fast filter changes can be performed without tools and mess
  • Filter media features Aquabloc to remove almost 100% of the water
  • Includes stainless steel mounting bracket and 2 micron filter
  • Clean nylon bowl with drain allows removal of debris and water to extend life of the element
  • Disposable filters reduce spillage
  • Compatible with E10 Gasoline and B-20 Diesel


  • Application: Gasoline, Diesel
  • Flow Rate: 40 gph (Gasoline), 26 gph (Diesel)
  • Port Size: 3/8" Quick connect fittings (SAE J2044)
  • Drain: Yes
  • Dimensions: 7 13/16"H x 3 13/16"W x 4 1/8"D
 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Diisononyl phthalate or Carbon black-extracts, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.


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