ABOVE PIC SHOWS
RESERVOIR AS DELIVERED
Pictures below show
what it looks like installed after YOU paint it. Of
course it can also be installed as is. They have a plain
aluminum finish. If you plan on
powder coating or painting you may not want them installed. Let us
know when ordering by selected the proper kit from the drop down menu in
the order box below!
Now offered with a black
wrinkle powder coated finish. Below
is an example of the finish looks like, don't have a pic of the actual
power steering reservoir done like this yet.
plastic power steering reservoirs for our Turbo Regals being
discontinued, it is getting harder to find a
replacement. When you do find one you are looking at 30
year old plastic!
We have come up with a solution for those
of you who aren't afraid of modifying your Turbo Regal.
This aluminum power steering reservoir kit will bolt up to the
stock bracket and requires no alterations to your car.
The tank is baffled to reduce foaming of the fluid. A
true bolt on modification that includes all necessary
hardware. Included in the kit is the PLAIN aluminum reservoir, two 90 degree brass fittings, mounting
clamp and bracket, cap and a
longer return hose. Tank has female N.P.T. ports Size:
3-1/4" Dia. by 7-3/8" total height, 23 oz. tank.
hardest part of the installation is removing the fluid from
your old reservoir without creating a mess in your engine
compartment! Once it is removed, install the
mounting bracket to the stock bracket that is bolted to the
fenderwell. The fittings are already installed in the reservoir
using teflon paste on the threads. The bottom
feed fitting should face towards the front of the car.
tank thru the clamp and tighten the clamp. The threaded
part of the t-bar clamp should face the rear of the car.
The side port should sit about 1" above the clamp and
should face towards the motor.
existing 5/8" supply line attaches to the bottom
fitting. The included length of 3/8"hose attaches
to the return metal line and to the side fitting of the
all clamps are tight and then fill with power steering about
1" from the top. Put on the cap and start
car. Check for any leaks. Shut off
car and recheck the fluid level.
aluminum tank is functional but not super pretty as is.
Pictures below show what it looks like after YOU paint it.