This is the Stillen intercooler reservoir tank. This poly tank is plumbed into the closed-loop intercooler system adn housesa small volume of reserve coolant to allow for expansion and contraction at varied altitude and temperatures. It mounts right nest to the stock power-steering reservoir via a clean laster-cut zinc-coated bracket.This is the Stillen intercooler reservoir tank. This poly tank is plumbed into the closed- In a word, amazing! The seat-of-the-pants difference is unbelievable. This truck will light the stock rear tires a whole city block before hooking up. With the added weight of the 33-inch Nittos on 18-inch wheels, the truck still performs much better than stock. However, we're unsure how long the rest of the drivetrain will last with this much power on tap. The transmission is now our primary area of concern as the factory torque converter is no match for this kind of consistent torque. On the dragstrip, our Titan laid down an impressive 13.8-second quarter-mile time. And around town, the Everyday Titan is quicker than any big-block vehicle we've challenged. The sound produced by the supercharger coupled to the Nismo intake is downright scary. The Banks Monster exhaust sounded even more grown-up after the truck was supercharged. Long grades make us think we have a jet engine under the hood. The whine of the Eaton unit, in combination with the NISMO intake, is quite loud. Stillen says without the NISMO intake the supercharger upgrade is almost unnoticeable in terms of noise. The only drawback to the Stillen supercharger is that it, like most superchargers, requires high-octane premium gas. Here in L.A., this added expense can run between $16 and $26 per fill-up. As for the supercharger's affect on everyday driving, we did notice a slight increase in fuel economy during light-footed highway driving scenarios, but these were short-lived as we couldn't help but stab the go-pedal on even the slightest of grades. We even used our Everyday Titan once to haul our project Teal-J to Las Vegas for the SEMA show. Needless to say, towing is now one of our truck's newest strengths. We only hope the Dana 44 rear axle will survive until we build it up. SOURCES American Racing 1275 Davis Rd., Suite 300 Elgin IL 60123 8-00/-321-5489 3-10/-635-7806 www.americanracing.com Nitto Tire Dept. MM&FF 6261 Katella Ave. Cypress CA 90630 Bushwacker Stillen 3176 Airway Costa Mesa CA 92626 714-540-5566 www.stillen.com Nissan North America « | 1 | 2 | 3 | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!