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Old 06-12-2019, 05:13 PM
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Many people have told us they would love to run a trunk ice tank but losing the targa top storage function isn't something they wanted to give up. So we decided to come out with a solution that does a few key things.

1) Ability to hold lots of fluid for A2W Centri setups or PD Blower packages

2) out of the way in the engine bay

3) large 6'' opening to making dumping ice in a breeze

4) internal Rule 3700 pump to assist the front pump in flowing water extremely fast through the system

5) minimum loss of storage, targa and cargo net still fit, also can access fuses under carpet still for service later on

6) uses OEM mount locations under carpet for a secure install

7) Pump sits in well pocket so when you drain you cannot accidentally drain to much and run pump dry

8) Weight over the rear where you want it most if you have to add weight to a car

9) Exceptional fitment like every CPR product

10) Available with lines or without

11) Available Raw or powder coated textured black (coated is standard, deduct $25 for raw)

Pricing will be $1300 for complete system with lines and fittings to get it to engine bay and back. You will have to make up front connections based on your setup. We can change fitting location just plan on additional lead time as the way we run it will be what we stock. $1080 will be without lines/fitting. It will have female ORB on the tank to set it up how you wish at that point.

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Thatís a nice tank!! A lot nicer than mine! And I like that in the covey itíll help secure it and act as a sump! Ok first question whatís the capacity? And are those 16an fittings?? If so can you PM me price of that setup black so I can just tie my existing lines to your tank.
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Thatís a nice tank!! A lot nicer than mine! And I like that in the covey itíll help secure it and act as a sump! Ok first question whatís the capacity? And are those 16an fittings?? If so can you PM me price of that setup black so I can just tie my existing lines to your tank.
5.6 gallons, and those are 16 an fittings. But we can do anything someone wants. Tank by itself (will have fittings on it with pump and stuff) $1080, tank with lines and fittings on lines is $1300 we use vibrant silicone
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I love it. Very well thought out. Is the lid air tight?

When a person takes the lid off, does it flood the rear area? I assume it is lower in height than the blower, so I'm not sure how that works, but maybe it's not too low and works?

The tank could also be used to run water meth perhaps?... or even e85 and port injection dedicated pump that triggers the e85 through the port injection when the car goes into boost.
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It's too bad my methanol tank is already where this would need to sit.
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jump forward to 9:33 to see tank.
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I love it. Very well thought out. Is the lid air tight?

When a person takes the lid off, does it flood the rear area? I assume it is lower in height than the blower, so I'm not sure how that works, but maybe it's not too low and works?

The tank could also be used to run water meth perhaps?... or even e85 and port injection dedicated pump that triggers the e85 through the port injection when the car goes into boost.
It's very sealed, however i guess some could slip by but you're not going to injest air into the system and starve the pump with this setup.

no the tank could not be used for meth I would have to make it out of stainless.

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It's too bad my methanol tank is already where this would need to sit.
move to washer tank I do have another version i'm working on that will be roughly 4.x gallons and sit behind driver seat in the targa area. It will have to use an external pump like a pierberg 100 or varimax that can be mounted in the wheel well and the tank will gravity feed it.
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