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    Thumbs up A Proper Panther Intercooler Tank: Prototype Inside

    During my travels on Hot Rod Drag Week 2019, I was discussing with my friend and co-driver about how I'd love a real tig welded aluminum IC tank that can double as an ice box and accept some larger lines as I'm planning on redoing my intercooler system when the next engine goes in. We bounced ideas off each other and after drag week, he worked with his fabricator to come up with a prototype tank.

    He's looking to sell a minimum of 10 tanks, anyone interested in some extra coolant capacity for the IC system?

    Specs:

    Choice of -16an or -12an fittings (tank bung is -16an)
    4" clear lid
    ARP mounting hardware included

    Polished: $479.95
    Powdercoated (wrinkle black): $469.95

    Note: I'm not here to collect orders or take money, just looking for feedback









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    Looks nice! Needs a drain if you wanna keep packing ice at the track. I suggest not all the way at the bottom as to keep a prime to the pump.
    ~Chris

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    Nice fab work!


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    I might be interested in one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blown3.8 View Post
    Looks nice! Needs a drain if you wanna keep packing ice at the track. I suggest not all the way at the bottom as to keep a prime to the pump.
    That was on my mind the other night and certainly something that can be added to the final product. I'll bring this up with the project lead.


    2016 Ford Mustang GT PP - Lund nGauge, BMR vertical links

    2004 Mercury Marauder - Eaton M112, Billetflow 3.4, Accufab SBTB + Plenum, T-56 Magnum, 4.10s, Stainless Works LTs, 2.5" Exhaust, Borla Stingers, Ridetech Coilovers + Adj rear shocks, FX-R projectors, Wilwood 13" BNSL6 + FNSL4 BBKs, S55 Gauge Cluster
    440rwhp & 406rwtq Tuned by Adam @ Revolution Automotive

    2003 Mercury Marauder - Stainless Works LT's, Stainless Works 2.5" Catback, JLT Intake, Mo's Xcal4 Tune
    5377/7839

    2000 BMW M5 - Evolve Intake, Evolve Alpha-N tune, Stoptech ST-40 BBK, UUC SSK, Dinan front STB, Dinan RSB

    1996 Ford Bronco - 4" lift, 35" BFG A/T's, Punisher Valve Body, MH1 Projectors

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    I'm not interested but whats the volume on the tank?

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    Very nice. Price is great too IMO

    Joe
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    4.10's and a tune
    More to come

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