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UPR Products Billet Coolant Overflow Tank; Polished (Universal; Some Adaptation May Be Required)
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      UPR's Lightweight billet aluminum radiator recovery tank handles almost a full quart capacity. They are legal for all NHRA, IHRA, SCCA and other forms of racing. Most people use these billet beauties to eliminate the factory plastic coolant overflow tanks on all late model American muscle cars. This includes two nickel 80 degree 3/8 barbed end fittings and a drain cock to give you the flexibility and choice of how you want to set it up. This can has a built in vent to eliminate pressure build up and be able to be used as a reclaimer can if desired. Lastly we make sure the 3" wing nut clamp from five star clamps gives you the most versatile setup. Making mounting and quick setup a breeze.

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      NHRA IHRA SCCA legal
      3" Diameter x 7" Tall
      Approximately 1 Quart Capacity
      3" Wing Nut Universal Mounting Clamp
      Includes Nickel 3/8 Barbed Fittings & Drain Cock
      Available in Satin, Polished or Black - Select Finish Above

      UPR Products 5026-02

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