New 60-liter, FT3-1999 approved saver cell from ATL

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ATL have announced a new addition to its Saver Cell range. The new, 60-liter ‘D-Cell’ has been designed to fit easily into the wheel well of most cars, offering increased capacity over the existing D-Cell options without unnecessarily lifting the car’s center of gravity.

The new Saver Cell is constructed from the same ATL-565 material as all ATL Saver Cells, which exceeds FT3-1999 requirements that increasing number of Race and Rally championships now require for competition.

ATL states that it recognised for many of its customers, who needed to meet the FT3-1999 regulations, that its existing 45-liter D-Cell solution simply wasn’t not large enough. As a result of the smaller capacity tank not being large enought for some competitors to complete their event distance, the new 60-liter D-Cell was born.

The shape of the new Saver Cell maximises the usefulness of the often unused wheel well of a vehicle, and was developed following consultation with numerous race and rally competitors. ATL is keen to highlight that the unit fits simply and easily into vehicles such as the Renault Clio, Peugeot 106, Fiat 500 Abarth and many more.

The latest D-Cell is supplied as standard with baffle foam and two fuel pickups. It is available with or without the standard ATL lightweight aluminium top plate.

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