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  1. #61
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    I think Moroso makes one that fits the battery tray. I think if you want the ability to ice down at a drag srtip at trunk mounted ice box would be a good solution it also comes with a sump style pump (looks marine derived). Or you can go interchiller (ac driven cooler). The Lingingelter pump is a what i am using its got a soft start and good for some serious flow improvement over stock.

    pump
    http://www.lingenfelter.com/forum_li...esting-results

    battery style
    https://www.summitracing.com/parts/m...UaAoVZEALw_wcB

    Trunk style
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rhodes-Race...QyM:rk:33:pf:0

    interchiller
    https://www.cspracing.com/forced-ind...ler-universal/
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    Hugely appreciate all the links. Thank you!

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    I've been considering one of these tanks
    https://pnrwelding.net/ice-tanks%2Ff...sPage=products

    Using an interchiller sounds interesting but doesn't sound many people have gone that route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitrous View Post
    I've been considering one of these tanks
    https://pnrwelding.net/ice-tanks%2Ff...sPage=products

    Using an interchiller sounds interesting but doesn't sound many people have gone that route.
    That's who built my custom tank for FNQUIK, I used it where the battery used to be up front. He does nice work beautiful welds. I agree about the inter chiller.
    Wayne
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    thanks again! i do have the inner fenders in mine and it looks like the smallest 12x12x9 isn't going to fit that space.

    did you call and have a custom tank made? https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...23#post1173123

    I see that specific post for the size/image but don't see it on the page for them. Thanks again for the link!

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    Yes, I did we worked through e mail. I sent him a drawing of a tank I made a mock up in card board. I forgot a screen to contain the ice so it wouldn’t block the exit. It fit great.
    Wayne
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    Huge thanks Wayne. Contacted and got mine on order. Changed it up a bit to have an internal pump in lieu of external but looking forward to getting it!

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    You won't be disappointed.
    Wayne
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    Quote Originally Posted by Motown 454 View Post
    Yes, I did we worked through e mail. I sent him a drawing of a tank I made a mock up in card board. I forgot a screen to contain the ice so it wouldn’t block the exit. It fit great.
    Thanks from me as well Wayne! I ordered one as well. Do you happen to have any pics of how you mounted it? I told Paul to make it just like yours

    Lonnie

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    Finally starting to get my stuff together. Unfortunately the bottom bracket when lined up with the 2 existing holes, positioned the C&R piece too far to the passenger side so none of the top mount holes lined up with the core support. I made some extra slots in the bottom slots to be able to slide it over, but looks like crap. Probably will just get some larger washers to cover those areas.

    For the top mounting area, the L bracket goes behind the front ledge of the core support, correct? So "inside" and the hood latch attaches like normal. This leaves needing larger bolts to go through both and use a nut on the backside. Am I understanding this correctly? The existing bolts there were in the car are definitely not long enough to be used

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    I don't recall needing to relocate the holes on the bottom bracket, I guess I got lucky. The top bracket does go behind the front ledge of the core support. If I remember correctly you only need to move the nut clips that were originally on the core support to the holes on the intercooler and yes longer bolts does make the job a little easier.

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    Thanks!

    thats my issue, the nut clips were not present on the original so they were bolt/nut hence the need for longer bolts. But i wasn't thinking I could just replace the nut clips! So thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blitzer454 View Post
    I don't recall needing to relocate the holes on the bottom bracket, I guess I got lucky. The top bracket does go behind the front ledge of the core support. If I remember correctly you only need to move the nut clips that were originally on the core support to the holes on the intercooler and yes longer bolts does make the job a little easier.
    The bottom holes lined up on mine too.

    Wayne
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