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Old 11-29-2012, 02:38 AM
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Stack Performance Fire Extinguisher Mount

This is kind of a silly (ish) mod that I've wanted to do for a long time but never got around to. To my knowledge Stack Performance is the only company offering any kind of clean way to mount a fire extinguisher inside the cabin of our cars. The mount is around $35 shipped and you have to buy a bracket from home depot to mount the fire extinguisher to the bracket which is around $7-8 shipped and on Stack's website they say it can hold a 2.5lb extinguisher but me being the little hooligan I am about not liking to follow the rules, I used a 3.5 pounder and it fits just fine

What I really like about this bracket is that it looks clean and utilizes existing bolts while still allowing for full forward and back movement of the passenger seat (with the 2.5lb one, the 3.5 is a little big and just BARELY gets in the way, but who ever rides in the back of our cars anyways??)

And of course I had to "bling" out the extinguisher with some sweet stickers that add 5hp each just to remind everyone who asks "why do you need a fire extinguisher in your car....." BECAUSE RACECAR BRO!








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That's nice. I like it
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I just ordered it
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That is a slick bracket, but the fire extinguisher is not so good, here in Arizona I tell my customers to throw those through the window to get out of a fire, the problem is that the head is plastic and the gauge is held in with a clip pin, not good when its a 135 degrees in your car (well in Arizona it gets that hot, we fry eggs on the sidewalk, lol) and the plastic headed units leak because of the extreme heat and cold.

In case your wondering why I know about these things, I have been around them my whole life, 25 years experiance and own a small fire equipment company here in Arizona, so if you have any questions about them what type, size or brand to use feel free to ask, but I do like the adapter, thats cool.
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I have one in my car very clean set up. I have a Halotron Fire Extinguisher in my car.

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REDDOG, Halotron is good, no residue and friendly to circuits and the intake. I also need to appolagize to Xombiefighter91 for skewing away from what you started
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