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November 17th, 2009, 02:51 PM   #121
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Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am happy to announce that some partners and I are currently in the process of pre production testing of a complete subframe fuel tank that will hold apporximately 1 gallon of fuel.

This tank will be a complete unit, that is made to be a gas tank and will be a direct bolt on unit to replace your stock sub frame. All hardware will be included to connect your new subframe tank to the stock main tank. The tank will retail for between $350-400.

I am hopeful that within a couple of weeks, the final details will be ironed out and we will be able to start taking pre orders.
Dood!! You just made my heart soar like a hawk....! :^)
Dibs on one of them!

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Cool! I"m excited too!
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November 17th, 2009, 03:05 PM   #122
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Dale,

What about considering this in your design process. Why not make a single unit fuel tank/subframe? You would basicly be eliminating the walls between the two tanks. This would eliminate the slow transfer of fuel, and seems like it would simplify the whole installation and fueling process. I have not had mine apart to see why this would not work, but it seems plausable on the face of it.

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Originally Posted by DaleEO
Originally Posted by E-Ticket
Originally Posted by DaleEO
Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am happy to announce that some partners and I are currently in the process of pre production testing of a complete subframe fuel tank that will hold apporximately 1 gallon of fuel.

This tank will be a complete unit, that is made to be a gas tank and will be a direct bolt on unit to replace your stock sub frame. All hardware will be included to connect your new subframe tank to the stock main tank. The tank will retail for between $350-400.

I am hopeful that within a couple of weeks, the final details will be ironed out and we will be able to start taking pre orders.
Dood!! You just made my heart soar like a hawk....! :^)
Dibs on one of them!

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Cool! I"m excited too!
Oh, and you should stand by to have this thread just "blow up" on you.... <grin>
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November 17th, 2009, 04:16 PM   #124
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Originally Posted by BRN2RDE
Dale,

What about considering this in your design process. Why not make a single unit fuel tank/subframe? You would basicly be eliminating the walls between the two tanks. This would eliminate the slow transfer of fuel, and seems like it would simplify the whole installation and fueling process. I have not had mine apart to see why this would not work, but it seems plausable on the face of it.

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Most likely he is building an aluminum subframe and a welding an aluminum tank within it's borders. Essentially hybrid monocoque. If my guess is way off Dale, please chime in.
But that would be the simple way to do it without rotational molding and the expense of $40k in molds to make it work.

Would it be too much to ask for some badass handholds on it, too lift the rear end up?
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November 17th, 2009, 06:27 PM   #125
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HERE WE GO!!!!
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November 17th, 2009, 06:28 PM   #126
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I just read the post above mine, I am a little late!!!!
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November 17th, 2009, 06:31 PM   #127
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Why cant someone just make one for us?
My prayers have been answered!
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November 27th, 2009, 06:17 AM   #128
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Holy cow, this is going to be awesome.
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Any pictures yet?? Whats the time frame on these now......Cheers
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It may be a little while before the tanks are designed and mfgd. Is anyone going ahead and trying to seal their stock subframes?
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