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Old 01-22-2024, 04:47 PM   #4929
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Hey all, I've got the old white coolant tank and it's leaking. I think the cap isn't sealing properly, and when I tighten it down fully it pops off. Anyone run into this, or swapped it?

I was looking at the tank from the CTSV, it's 250ml and has a similar plumbing setup, but they're discontinued.

Just curious if anyone had similar issues or found a solution.
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Old 01-23-2024, 06:39 PM   #4930
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Isn't that the same one?
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Old 01-23-2024, 11:46 PM   #4931
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Isn't that the same one?
That's the newer model.
You mentioned "old" so I assumed you had the first smaller model, my apologies.
I believe some members have replaced the cap, but I'm old with a bad memory... a Thread search might provide more useful info.
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Old 01-24-2024, 11:07 AM   #4932
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Hey all, I've got the old white coolant tank and it's leaking. I think the cap isn't sealing properly, and when I tighten it down fully it pops off. Anyone run into this, or swapped it?

I was looking at the tank from the CTSV, it's 250ml and has a similar plumbing setup, but they're discontinued.

Just curious if anyone had similar issues or found a solution.
I switched from the original tank to the upgraded V2 tank a couple years ago, it has a little more volume and the part number is available online.
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Old 03-11-2024, 05:58 PM   #4933
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Finally did a Dyno check since I wasn't comfortable doing a 140mph run on the street for tuning purposes. Here's what we have for now.
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Finally did a Dyno check since I wasn't comfortable doing a 140mph run on the street for tuning purposes. Here's what we have for now.
Nice run! What did you have to do to get that pull? Are you still running on 93?
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that can t be 93..
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Nice run! What did you have to do to get that pull? Are you still running on 93?
nah, it's E85. Both Zach and I were surprised it wasn't more power. IAG closed deck block, 12.2:1 static compression, 2.70 pulley.
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nah, it's E85. Both Zach and I were surprised it wasn't more power. IAG closed deck block, 12.2:1 static compression, 2.70 pulley.
Thanks for the dyno curves, what's the rationale for closed deck for below 400whp? or are you planning for much in the future
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Thanks for the dyno curves, what's the rationale for closed deck for below 400whp? or are you planning for much in the future
It was just a future proof investment made when purchasing the block. Less cylinder wobble is always a good thing. It hasn't had any significant effect on coolant temperatures.
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Hi all,

Finally getting a business trip over to the states.

I have already had to buy one actuator which was blown on arrival and then also got the upgraded #15001 bypass actuator. Import tax and p&p pretty much put an extra 200% on the cost of it. So will be getting another just to sit on the shelf just in case while I am over.

Any one got any recommendations for other parts that would fit in a suitcase that would be worth holding on the shelf?
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Bought a South Bend stg 2 clutch, oe flywheel, and a versus fork and pivot. Missing anything?

I wouldn’t want to change the clutch in the first place. Having to pull the blower sucks even more. Does anyone have advice on this? Can I just unbolt it to get access to the slave cylinder or do I just pull it?
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I wouldn’t want to change the clutch in the first place. Having to pull the blower sucks even more. Does anyone have advice on this? Can I just unbolt it to get access to the slave cylinder or do I just pull it?
I was able to unbolt and raise the rear of the blower sufficently (about 1 1/2”) to comfortably service the slave. This without disconnecting the fuel lines or anything else. It might be tough to access the top mounting bolts of the tranny. Good luck!
I also choose a South Bent clutch. The Stage Two Daily. Pedal feel is just like stock. Very satisfied.
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I was able to unbolt and raise the rear of the blower sufficently (about 1 1/2”) to comfortably service the slave. This without disconnecting the fuel lines or anything else. It might be tough to access the top mounting bolts of the tranny. Good luck!
I also choose a South Bent clutch. The Stage Two Daily. Pedal feel is just like stock. Very satisfied.
Are you guys using stock pressure plate or something that came from SB
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