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Re: Fitting a bigger intercooler

Whats the rad on the left corner, if its not a intercooler what is it and is it not on the wrong side if it is a standard intercooler.

Nice set up though. What power you running with that and you got a Jtd or multijet?
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Re: Fitting a bigger intercooler

oil cooler
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Re: Fitting a bigger intercooler

Jtd 150 16v, yes it's std oil cooler.
Forgot to mention you'll struggle to get fmic in place without a few mods to grills bumper etc.
That's flowing enough for 95.5mg/i fuel with afr 16.5:1 @ 1750mbar around 4000revs and only 12*c above ambient. Hopefully around 440nm@2750 and 410nm@4000
Hybrid turbo and fully decated help no doubt.
No r/r print out so please don't ask, these figures are from the figures in map as requested(already minus internal friction loss from its own map, requested nm is closer to 490nm)
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Re: Fitting a bigger intercooler

if it helps ive dug back and ill try to get all related pics up in here.
here is available frontal area in cowel
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old vs new
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cut crash bar and bolted through from above
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rough idea fom above where its siting
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tried to keep bends fairly tight, youl see why in a bit
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hopefully other models have less other stuff in the way and a better route is available
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required drastic surgery to cram in
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you can see black cut lines marked in central grill
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you can see no route with original grill openings
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large amount taken out of side grill opening
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thinner new grills
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painted black at finish due to being a bit blingy through the grills
a slightly shorter fmic would have helped a lot with grill and bumper mods im guessing, but this one is maximising the available airflow.
ive seen a few massive intercoolers on some cars that 1/3 of the frontal area is covered by crash bars etc just seems a waste to me.
if id have known how hard to cram it in i would have got the intercooler outlets cut and rewelded at an angle would have helped a bit.
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Re: Fitting a bigger intercooler

Hats of to you, that is one really tidy install.

So what power output are you getting with that bigger inter-cooler and any other engine mods, Guess you have a trick turbo??
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Re: Fitting a bigger intercooler

hp?enough.
ill start another thread for the hybrid turbo.
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Re: Fitting a bigger intercooler

i think this was a recent data log.
http://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/attac...-new-map-2.xls
not bad +7*c to +14 map to maf temp, at nearly 1.8 bar.
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Re: Fitting a bigger intercooler

just a graph from data on bottom of page 1
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Re: Fitting a bigger intercooler

more old pics
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in this last pic if you can zoom in you can see where I had to cut and remove some plastic to allow a closer line around , sheet ally sealed and stuck over area as I still have boost solenoid behind there so want to keep it dry.
was a toyosports universal kit, but required a few mods to bend angles here and there.
the silicon bend on the corner by the oil cooler eventually blew off so I cut my losses and tried a ebay hts2000 weld kit (like a solder for ally)which so far has not failed (no pics of this job im afraid)
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Re: Fitting a bigger intercooler

just been under car doing aux belt , found the long section of intercooler pipe with no support from the arch liner has been rattling on the bumper.
so using the old aux belt as a nice support strap ive hung it on the what I think was the exhaust downpipe/cat bracket.
and also theres a pic of where I swapped that silicone angle for a hts2000 welded corner piece and a pic of the weld( not pretty but does the job and diyable in garage with plumbing torch)
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