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Old 12-24-2013, 06:04 AM   #1
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Old 12-26-2013, 12:23 PM   #3
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Old 12-28-2013, 03:40 AM   #4
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results?
For me it's original configuration so I can not compare. (I did replace the NA ej202 engine and the new ej20Y engine is not yet configured)
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Old 12-28-2013, 07:01 AM   #5
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i had this exact setup with the 3.5 inch radiator, exact same intercooler etc and even on stinking hot 40+ summer days the intercooler was always ICE cold to the touch. WTA coolers are massively underrated IMO.

OP - you need to get a breathable reservoir in your system. just using that fill cap WILL have air in it. i personally used my washer fluid bottle.

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Old 12-28-2013, 07:27 PM   #6
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Ive been preaching these setups for years. Glad to see you guys are using them. In for the results
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Old 12-29-2013, 04:07 PM   #7
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OP - you need to get a breathable reservoir in your system. just using that fill cap WILL have air in it. i personally used my washer fluid bottle.
Will be a small overflow bottle from the motorcycle. Not yet had time to install.
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How much investment for this type of system?
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Old 01-02-2014, 01:52 PM   #9
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I would have at least $1000 available.
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:05 PM   #10
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How much investment for this type of system?
Along with the work on manufacturing aluminum tube about $ 800. (without the cost of the intake manifold)
Here will need to later add fans, temperature sensor and controller auberis

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Old 01-08-2014, 07:12 AM   #12
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Please select the experts to evaluate the cooler .
Maybe need a big cooler TYPE 14?
Or TYPE 13 is also enough for my turbo vf45 \ td04hla ?


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Along with the work on manufacturing aluminum tube about $ 800. (without the cost of the intake manifold)
Here will need to later add fans, temperature sensor and controller auberis
rubbish. $150 for the intercooler, $180 for the rad, $120 for the pump and about $50 in lines/brass barbs/hose clamps etc. 500 bucks or so. call it 550 with post.

sergey - a 13 will be fine but if you can fit a 14 due to the different intake manifold of the turbo models.. you might as well. more IS better!
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rubbish. $150 for the intercooler, $180 for the rad, $120 for the pump and about $50 in lines/brass barbs/hose clamps etc. 500 bucks or so. call it 550 with post.
Some work on aluminum, which are also cost money


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frozenboost has 350 hp. kits for under $300. That seems like a screamin' deal to me! I'd love to go WAIC!!

And great install so far on the leggy! Stock turbo?
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And great install so far on the leggy! Stock turbo?
Yes, stock turbo.
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During operation, observations were made. It was found that the very well intercooler takes heat from the hot air intake, but then the heated water cools down slowly and poorly. Some changes have already been made, some modifications are still ongoing.


- Replaced AWIC type 13 to type14 (700 CFM / 600 HP)

- Replaced water pump Bosch to Pierburg CWA-50 http://webpages.charter.net/n8nxf/EV...ant%20Pump.pdf

-It will be an additional expansion tank for better removal of air from the system. The tank will be located near the oil filler cap and is made in the form of available space.

-It will change the direction of pumping liquid. I want to use a layout and diagram on new Shelby GT500

- It will set a much more efficient heat exchanger (Shelby GT500)

- It will be made intelligent system temperature monitoring and performance management of the pump and the fan.

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Old 06-17-2015, 04:16 PM   #19
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layout with cooler type 14

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Any updates Sergey? I'm keen to see how you go with the new intercooler and heat exchanger.
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Any updates Sergey? I'm keen to see how you go with the new intercooler and heat exchanger.
Yet the entire installation is complete. I will add some photos. The monster heat exchanger Mustang GT500 2013, slim fan Spal 10"






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Old 07-16-2015, 06:26 AM   #22
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Holy **** that thing is massive. Good work fitting it all in. Does it have the desired effect? Stable iats in all conditions?
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very cool project
Thanks!
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Holy **** that thing is massive. Good work fitting it all in. Does it have the desired effect? Stable iats in all conditions?
Yes, I'm satisfied with the result. Now I'm sure I can fully exploit the potential of the cooler (TYPE_14). In the chain of connections after TYPE_14 is intermediate tank, and the tank stays cool.
It is also worth noting that despite the much larger size of the factory exchanger - it has a low weight and good air purge.
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