New Expansion Bottle

ROOTS.

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Hi Guys,

I ordered a new expansion bottle for my E12 (using a vin from a E9 3.0 as they have the same engine) but unfortunately the expansion new bottles - I have two of them, don’t ask! - but don’t work with my application as the triple Weber’s get in the way of the lower pipe on the bottle. Perfect for a standard setup.

The angle is different from the old one on my E12 so I’ve decided to cleanbleach it and just keep it.

So this means I have TWO brand new E9 3.0 CS expansion bottles for sale with hose. Not cheap items, but my loss is your gain.
happy to ship globally at buyers expense. Cost me £144.08 for bottle and hose each.

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**Old bottle is just for reference and the one I am keeping**

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Sulfamic acid also works very well on old washer bottles and reservoir bottles and usually only requires one treatment.
 

halboyles

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I soak them just like using chlorine bleach. You might have to try both chemicals to get the best result. But, beware, do not mix bleach and any acid. Your lungs will be very unhappy.
 

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Sulfamic acid also works very well on old washer bottles and reservoir bottles and usually only requires one treatment.

It can be found in the coffee machine cleaning fluids or decalcifier's tablets.

Often combined with other acids like citric, phosphorous, ... So it is much easier to get than on Amazon.
 
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