TracTuff PRB/ PRC "Race" Fill Pot
It's not a swirl tank; it may look like one... but its not. This is the little brother to the swirl tank, the fill pot! The inlet/ outlet configuration really doesn't do anything to actively separate air like the wrapped and staggered inlet/ outlet found on a swirl tank and as a result... the fill pot is easier to make, resulting in a less expensive product. So if you just want a fill point that does a better job catching passing air than a filler neck, this is for you!
The race fill pot starts with a beautifully machined 6061-T6 flange that incorporates the exact footprint of the OEM neck and machined o-ring groove for the OEM gasket. You can chose from a list of options to make the product as unique as your project; including outlet position and accessory ports for aftermarket sensors and/ or turbo and wastegate feeds. The race version differs from the standard version in that the flange does not have a water bypass provision. If you would like this style of flange due to intake manifold related issues... I can add a water bypass port to the bottom of the fill pot on request.
NOTE: Made to Order - Contact for ETA - If you are interested in a specific design that varies from this, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions related to the configuration or options... PLEASE visit the WHATS WHAT or FAQ page. The cap bung has a 1/16" NPT port for connection to an overflow and uses early model Honda radiator caps; such as an 88'-91' Civic/ CRX or 90'-93' Integra. If you are using AN lines, I recommend designing the upper radiator hose so that there is droop/ give... so the engines movement and does not push/ pull on the radiator and fatigue any parts.
The hardware kit includes two stainless M6 socket head bolts and a Genuine Honda gasket. The tank is welded so that it sits level when bolted to an engine leaned back 15° (OEM position) for the traditional option and leaned forward 8° (intake side) for the gangster lean mount option.
DISCLAIMER: Depending on your fuel line routing, manifold type, throttle body size, and position... you may be required to make changes. Due to the numerous intake manifold and throttle body combos, I cannot tell you what does and does not fit, if you are in doubt... it is your job to communicate specific measurements to insure that I make the product to your specific needs. Small changes generally don't increase cost but large changes and/ or R&D may lead to additional charges.