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Old 04-16-2013, 04:37 PM   #4
hatchethead
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Drives: 2010 Black and Silver 2SS/RS
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Originally Posted by Brad7294 View Post
What do you mean by tank? The tank in the picture or the smaller tank that you pour the fluid into on top.
See the silver tank in the photo?

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"Exclusively from Torq is this all new 2010+ Camaro Supercharger Intercooler Tank. We have been working with an industry leading manufacturer to come up with a great looking and functional intercooler tank to reduce IAT's and add some style to your engine bay.
The larger volume of fluid that this tank holds helps to keep intake air temperatures lower. At the track this tank really shows it's benefits as you can pack it with ice and water in between runs to chill the intercooler system which yields you faster times.
Aluminum supercharger tank designed to replace the plastic supercharger tank used in 2010-2011 Supercharged Camaro's. It features billet aluminum hose connections and a fuel cell style cap to make packing the tank with ice a breeze.
They are built from strong .100 in. aluminum that can be polished or powder coatred for a custom look.
Torq's expansion tanks provide increased strength and a more reliable performance than stock plastic to prevent fluids from leaking onto the ground and being lost out of your cooling system completely.
This tank is a direct replacement for Whipple Supercharged Camaro's. If you own a Magnacharger or Kenne Bell, please select the optional installation bracket."
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2010 2SS/RS Black and Silver

Koni struts and shocks
JDM 2 inch lower kit
Forgeline Rims wrapped in Nitto Envos
Front and back Blackout kit
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