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You guys running KB blowers or any s/c smart guys!

Okay so Ive been looking at meth injection to cool down some temps but I came across someone selling a kenne bell full intercooler kit. Only thing is the air to water or water to water intercooler is dented and dinged pretty good. Could I get one of these: Air to Water Heat Exchanger :and it take place of the stock kenne bell one and possibly be a little better? All thats left on this kit is to find something to take place of the stock one and I can get it mounted and tuned. Thanks guys, any links or suggestions of what to try would be nice!

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Would the 3.5 thick or 2 inch thick be better? or closest to the stock one?

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i have the ron davis on mine....i can't see how or why you are running 10psi non intercooled...your asking for trouble..

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Not by choice. Just picked the car mid summer hasnt been drove much or beat on at all by me. Been sitting till I can get intercooled. Can you hook me up with a link. I looked up ron davis but that site is huge lol. Is what i found something that will also work?

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appears it would, mine flows side to side..

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You wouldnt happen to know the dimensions would you? I got his old kennebell flip switch as well tuned for the intercooler set up. Just dont want it affecting how it runs if the intercooler is larger than what it is tuned for.

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I would need to measure it...i will get back to you.

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I know intercoolers are important but S351s use to never use them....

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I know intercoolers are important but S351s use to never use them....
They would if they knew what was good for them.

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I know intercoolers are important but S351s use to never use them....
the 858 whp by me has a big one lol



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IMO the stock KB one is fine for a stock engined GT and the power levels being run thought it unless your drive your car very very hard and frequent the track / you live in very hot weather. Get a nice big i/c res tank and pack it with ice if your going to be at the track otherwise your fine.



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are these the kits that require you to relocate your battery? or the ones that sit on the passenger side where the T/B piping usually goes


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are these the kits that require you to relocate your battery? or the ones that sit on the passenger side where the T/B piping usually goes
i believe these ones sit in the passenger side like the termi intercooler reservoirs. if you can afford it i would look into an afco or LFP dual pass heat exchanger. if not you can pick up stock cobras ones pretty cheap, and i'm sure it would be more than sufficient.

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I know the stock kb is good it's just got a huge bash in it and kinda dips in the middle. I was just wanting something close the same size and new. How do you fill these things up when i get it anyways. Or does it feed off the radiator?

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you need the tank and lines with the pump..the pump pushes it through the ic...post a picture of your motor..

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I dont have it all yet. But I know it does have the tank, lines and a pump along with everything else in the kit.

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