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Old 07-15-2014, 04:31 PM
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VISION DIESEL PERFORMANCE aluminum degas bottles now available!!

Ok guys, we've got aluminum degas bottles for the 6.0 now. We offer them with a filler neck that will accept your stock degas cap or we can build them with an aftermarket 16# cap, your choice. There is a sight gauge on drivers side to watch your coolant level. They all come with 2 - 1/4NPT bungs. This allows for use of the stock radiator overflow line as well as a coolant filter return line, without the need to "T" into the stock line. We also put a 3/8NPT bung in for use with the stock return line from the intake manifold or you have a direct route for your delta line kit without the need to "T" into a larger return line on the firewall. Not having to cut into stock lines gives a cleaner look and less spots for leaks.

The bottles come with bungs welded in place, but the customer supplies whatever fittings he/she needs or wants. These can be sourced at any local hardware store.

The introductory price will be $299 plus shipping. We can also powder coat the bottles in any color the customer would like for an extra charge. I'll powder coat them black (gloss, flat or textured) for $40 extra. Any other colors will be priced at the time the order is placed.





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Looks good Matt. Any install pics? Are these pressure tested?
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Looks good I would like to see how it mounts also.
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Looks good Matt. Any install pics? Are these pressure tested?

They are pressure tested.


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Here's an installed pic. This is the initial design and we've flattened the front off so it doesn't come to a point. The mounting is the same though. It uses the stock mounts and location. Basically a drop in install. This is our fabricators truck and you can see how he returned his coolant filter line and how he returned his coolant from the oil cooler (delta line kit) directly to the degas.


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Looks awesome matt! How much will these be?
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Just an idea, why dont you guys fabricate the bottom to fit farther back towards the firewall to increase the engine's accessibility on the driver's side?
If you look at the image, basically remove the front portion where the angles are then move the fill point back closer to the firewall.
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Looks awesome matt! How much will these be?
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The introductory price will be $299 plus shipping. We can also powder coat the bottles in any color the customer would like for an extra charge. I'll powder coat them black (gloss, flat or textured) for $40 extra. Any other colors will be priced at the time the order is placed.
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everything is awesome about this until you are working on a hot truck, but who cares about burns that thing seriously looks awesome.
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Just an idea, why dont you guys fabricate the bottom to fit farther back towards the firewall to increase the engine's accessibility on the driver's side?

If you look at the image, basically remove the front portion where the angles are then move the fill point back closer to the firewall.

If you look at the new design. We did just that. That installed pic is the initial design that we revised.


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