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Old 03-29-2013, 08:18 PM
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Old 03-29-2013, 09:31 PM
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Phil, what are your plans for that tank of CRY02 in the background?
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When I asked him about it last week i got the impression he was hooking it up. The spray bar is on his IC.
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Old 03-29-2013, 10:21 PM
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Old 03-29-2013, 11:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Krang View Post
Phil, what are your plans for that tank of CRY02 in the background?
Yeah I just wanna find a way to mount bottle securely to body but still maintain my carpet/foam crap. Radiator and power steering diverted my attention. Want to be able to easily install bottle for autox
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I don't think you can use that for autox =/ I could be wrong though.
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I don't think you can use that for autox =/ I could be wrong though.
Avery searched and apparently came up with nothing. would be using only after runs and pre staging lanes so no real risk on water on start
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Why not use the Powertank bracket? I have one you can try to test fit.

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Doesn't it still have to be bolted somewhere? I have brackets but haven't even began to test for and look at my options for good solid mounting locations.
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Yeah, but bolting it in is easy. Just stick it back in the rear cargo space somewhere, run some line under the carpet with an air fitting and done. Or make a Y brace for the rear struts with some QR's and attach it to that. Easy to install for race day and pull it out when you need the space.
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Originally Posted by PSBeachBum View Post
Avery searched and apparently came up with nothing. would be using only after runs and pre staging lanes so no real risk on water on start
The only thing I could find is that it should be mounted securely. I don't know about you, but a pressurized canister rolling around at all might be dangerous to you and your car.

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15.10.2:
2. Except for standard parts as defined in these rules, the external
use while on course of liquids, ice, dry ice, refrigeration systems,
vaporized compressed gases, etc. to reduce the temperature of
the intake air charge is prohibited. Wrapping of intakes with liquidsoaked
fabric is not permitted.

But that does say "on course" and it's for SP. For ST classes, I don't believe you can use anything to cool the intake charge even in the pits.
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Originally Posted by corytomo View Post

The only thing I could find is that it should be mounted securely. I don't know about you, but a pressurized canister rolling around at all might be dangerous to you and your car.

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15.10.2:
2. Except for standard parts as defined in these rules, the external
use while on course of liquids, ice, dry ice, refrigeration systems,
vaporized compressed gases, etc. to reduce the temperature of
the intake air charge is prohibited. Wrapping of intakes with liquidsoaked
fabric is not permitted.

But that does say "on course" and it's for SP. For ST classes, I don't believe you can use anything to cool the intake charge even in the pits.
Ah we'll if I can't I am sure a MS3 could use it. Lol. Maybe when I move to Cali I can use if when my wagon becomes track only.
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About effing time. Sooo if anyone needs an extra passenger side I have it.
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