There is a I am reading on Stance|Works (one of the better threads of late) that talks about unorthodox tanks for air ride setups.
The original posters plan was to run a multiple piece rectangular tank stack and there has been a lot of helpful (key word) discussion about how he should go about doing so safely.
Many mentioning the importance of pressure testing the tanks to avoid blow outs like this.
The following is a set of chrome tanks that blew up after a week or so of 200psi.
I found these photos over on where there has been quite a bit of discussion regarding chrome tanks.
Imagine this happened while the guy was driving or working on the car? Air ride is serious business.
This is the tank setup the original posted settled on after testing the setup which he says won’t see over 150psi.
And this just might be one of the best looking tank setups I have ever seen.
From now until I run out every order will ship with a lanyard courtesy of .
Additionally from now until the end of January every other order will receive something from ‘the box’.
The box contains posters, stickers, dvds, and calendars.
Next ride Subaru (GRB STI is what I want) or A3 (2.0t)? I can’t call it.
Still love this.
Less than a week before Christmas… doubtful an A3 will show up under the tree.