Pyrorocketeer Posted November 18, 2006 Share Posted November 18, 2006 I'm in need of a radiator for use in my water to air intercoolers in my rail, so i was thinking...... a normal radiator is waaayyy to big and heavy to put on my rail, so I was thinking of something thin and light, and would be able to flow the 1/2 inch line of water easily, and efficiently. At first I thought of using an oil cooler, because they are thin and light, and pretty compact. Problem is I can't find one big enough (length and width) So I turn to you guys. Could someone take some measurements of your ac condensers? I thought this would be perfect for what i'm looking for. Thin, light, and big enough to support the cooling of my 2 intercoolers. Here is my first idea where my pump feeds one intercooler into the other. I thought of this idea, because the "ic 2" will take the brunt of the hot air, so its ok if a little bit of warm water flows through it from "ic 1". But all the cold water from the pump will go to cooling the air further through "ic 1" But I'm thinking this one where the line splits off and cold water goes to each. I'm still debating on whether or not to have one intercooler feed each carb, or have both of them together so the air has to go through both coolers then to each carb. Any ideas? Also any help with the dimensions would be great. Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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