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Hasusan,

What are you using for a heat exchanger and where is it located? Also, any dyno numbers yet? Nice job!

Artie

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93 RX7.....Silverstone

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With Johan chips + 2 Garrett Syclone liquid intercoolerS + 14psi of boost = PURE EVIL !

Intercooler1999.jpg

I like the fan with the billet aluminum cover. Very nice looking!

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Artie,

The heat exchanger is located at the front behind the radiator.

Its a challenge to find a small heat exchanger to fit in the front without doing a big modification.

I found a Yamaha snowmobile exchanger.

I was schedule to dyno last saturday but was push out due to the drum sensor

problem on the Mustang dyno.

I can fell so much power especially when you push to 14psi.

I passed an M3 with ease @ buck 30.

Hasusan,

What are you using for a heat exchanger and where is it located? Also, any dyno numbers yet? Nice job!

Artie

No way to use the stock rear trunk if you will install a liquid intercooler. You have to re-design the trunk. The trunk is now stainless instead of aluminum. Aluminum heat so fast.

In the picture, I punched a bunch of louvers (vents) below to pick up air for spal fan (push type).

I like the fan with the billet aluminum cover. Very nice looking!
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That setup is "sick." Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Though I like the look of the exposed charge coolers better -- red mean machine. I could do without the trunk walls of the plated cover/fan. Opening the boot to expose the entire setup is pure viciousness!

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That setup is "sick." Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Though I like the look of the exposed charge coolers better -- red mean machine. I could do without the trunk walls of the plated cover/fan. Opening the boot to expose the entire setup is pure viciousness!

Other area that I like most is the response. Usually, installing an intercooler will give you a bit of a lag because of the size of the intercooler and the drop of pressure.

I was a surprise the response is almost a stock form, therefore the intercooler I installed is about right (as far as the volume)

The billet aluminum at the trunk is H2o reserve for intercooler.

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Artie,

The heat exchanger is located at the front behind the radiator.

Its a challenge to find a small heat exchanger to fit in the front without doing a big modification.

Behind the radiators?isnt this gona be very inefficient?

How about using 4 pot SE radiators up front?

It looks realy nice in the engine bay.

But the pipe outlet from IC looks very tight.

It looks like its some sort of flow restictions there.Did you do any porting in the pipe entry for the outlet pipe.

89 Lotus Esprit Turbo S

Very fast road and trackday car.

GT3076R+ a lot of other modifications.

http://lotusespritwo...inZzdningz.html

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I agree, the chargecooler rad. would be best placed directly in the cold airflow, in front of the main coolant rad.

A very nice compact installation though :thumbup:

Behind the radiators?isnt this gona be very inefficient?

1996 Esprit V8, 1998 Esprit V8 GT, 1999 Esprit S350 #002 (Esprit GT1 replica project), 1996 Esprit V8 GT1 (chassis 114-001), 1992 Lotus Omega (927E), 1999 Esprit V8SE, 1999 Esprit S350 #032, 1995 Esprit S4s, 1999 Esprit V8 GT (ex-5th Gear project), 1999 Esprit V8SE ('02 rear)

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