Hey there, No I'm putting it in the rear of the car behind the motor. So I would have to pop the trunk to fill up.. Fabricate some brackets and a sheet of aluminum that I am laying out for the floor of it.
If you're getting another message for me, I apologize - this site's PM area is a little weird (I get notes telling me I have don't have permission to access the private message area. Anyway, I'll try again. I asked you if you meant the front trunk area and how were you going to fit a big square cell in there - were you going to cut away all the fiberglass? Fabricate some sort of hold-down?
I was worried about doing this because of interfering with the flow of the airflow through the radiator - and out the hood.
Anyway, the previous message seems to have disappeared from the list, so I'll try again!
Hey Steve, I sold those tanks a few months ago but when I checked there was no ethanol problems with them. My buddies Ducati monster with a plastic tank expanded and had countless fuel lines degrade from it but the aluminum seems to hold up pretty well from what Ive seen.
I saw your post about the tanks for sale. There is a discussion over on Fchat re: the affects of ethanol on aluminum tanks. It seems that if there is separation then the water can casue corrosion. That leaves a lot of us hung out to dry since ethanol is everywhere in fuels today. We're lookign into solutions but are interested in seeing real tanks and signs of corrosion. Are you able to look in your tanks for signs of corrosion?