armand should i get a heat exchanger and an e-fan? TC is making up my alcohol injection kit right now. the alcohol and slicks will be on before FFW and im hoping to run consistent 12.40's maybe lower.Mondo1 said:Personally I think its a waste of money . Once the fluid reaches temp it won't change.Its not nearly enough reserve to do that. The stock intercooling system is already awesome and has been praised by Kenne bell, JDM and alike. A larger heat exchanger works well but the 6 inch spall fans on the stock H.E. kicks ass. Thats what I use in addition to a bypass switch on the intercooler pump. And it ran me less than $140 bucks! :smt035
i also fid according to u that it wears ur bearings down nasty lol. once it is built it will go on a 150-200 but i wanna hit 11's motor firstRob_02Lightning said:I find spraying a little sub zero down the ole intake, works wonders for inlet temps
First off.. I'm not an advocate of Lightning guys switching to either of the "cobra" pumps. (On a daily driver that is)the Cobra water pumps adds hydro-drag that negates about 3-4 h.p.
wydopnthrtl said:First off.. I'm not an advocate of Lightning guys switching to either of the "cobra" pumps. (On a daily driver that is)the Cobra water pumps adds hydro-drag that negates about 3-4 h.p.
But with all due respect... that statement is not accurate.
In case ya'll don't know.. I'm your water pump guru. [smilie=wavey.gif]
I designed, engineered, validated, and tooled all the Ford waterpumps for the modular engine family.
Hopefully sometime soon I'll write a artical for the e-zine fully explaining all this pump info...
Sorry for the tangent. [smilie=laugh.gif]Has anyone used this? It says it will cool down the temp more due to more fluid capacity.....