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Coolant expansion tank with pmas?

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Is anyone running an expansion tank with the pmas intake? Curious as to wether or not one would fit with it. I just can’t stand the look of the factory tank and would like to upgrade to a nicer one. Any input is appreciated.

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+1 for this, my cj manifold will be going in once I receive the PMAS Cai and for now will be moving the factory tank to over to clear the pmas intake. Does anyone know the overflow hose tube sizes? UK auto parts stores aren't like the states so I was hoping for exact sizes so I can get them ordered.

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I found a photo on American Muscle of someone running the Mishimoto tank with a pmas intake. So somehow or another he got it done. I’d imagine making some sort of bracket wouldn’t be too much of a problem. I’ll try to find the hose sizes for you!
 

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You won't need to relocate the Mishimoto tank with a PMAS CAI. Bolt it in the same stock location as the OEM tank. I have that combo and the clearance is fine. With the stock tank my PMAS was right up against the tank.

The only issue I have is the first sight tube hose on the Mishimoto disintegrated. I did get a new replacement hose from them but don't have any driving time on it yet to gage quality. You could subsitute brass plugs to remove the tube if needed. Moroso makes a tank without a sight tube, but I don't know anything about fitment.
 
 




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