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Old 09-28-2017, 01:59 PM   #21
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I'm also running the same type 55 IC and having the same intake air temp issue. At the start of my last run my intake air temp was 64* at the end of the pass intake temps were 101* outside air temp was about 68* here in MD. With my single rule 4000 GPH pump I checked my flow through my cooler all the way back to my tank and found I was only flowing about 17 GPM. Planned on adding a second pump to see if that would help but with was is being said here it looks like I need a better IC.
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Old 09-28-2017, 03:11 PM   #22
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Did you internally modify the cooler? If not have you actually tested to see if both pumps keep working? We tried this on a frozen boost and it worked for about 10 seconds then killed the flow of one pump. We were using a type 53 with 2 new rule3800 pumps.


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I bought the cooler as is but I don't believe it's been modified. I have clear hoses so know both pumps are moving water


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Old 09-28-2017, 03:27 PM   #23
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I would also add it seems many people especially ones using frozen boost intercooler don't use anywhere near enough water flow for the size of their core.
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Old 09-28-2017, 04:42 PM   #24
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We use these all the time, they're actually designed for static pressure unlike a bilge pump.

http://www.lingenfelter.com/PROD.htm...30085005P0005A

They're complete beast. We usually feed each pump with a Rule 2000, acting like a lift pump out of the tank.
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Old 09-28-2017, 04:42 PM   #25
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We use these all the time, they're actually designed for static pressure unlike a bilge pump.

http://www.lingenfelter.com/PROD.htm...30085005P0005A

They're complete beast. We usually feed each pump with a Rule 2000, acting like a lift pump out of the tank.
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Old 09-28-2017, 04:49 PM   #26
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Someone should make a manifold to use 5.9 electric water pumps as intercooler pumps. 50 gpm and can handle some pressure.
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Old 09-29-2017, 02:22 PM   #27
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I would also add it seems many people especially ones using frozen boost intercooler don't use anywhere near enough water flow for the size of their core.
What would be a good round about number for water flow in GPM?
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Old 09-29-2017, 02:46 PM   #28
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that solely depends on how large the core is and target temperature. From the info you posted above I would be running three of those pumps not one and the larger the lines the better with a low pressure water pump.
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Depending if the belt drive guys are using a Ace or a Hypro pump they are capable of 120 PSI and 100-200 GPM. They are 2" suction by 1.5" discharge. Not sure what exact model number they are using but according of the theory of turning the water completely 3 times in a run that is a huge amount of flow.


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Depending if the belt drive guys are using a Ace or a Hypro pump they are capable of 120 PSI and 100-200 GPM. They are 2" suction by 1.5" discharge. Not sure what exact model number they are using but according of the theory of turning the water completely 3 times in a run that is a huge amount of flow.


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you don't need one that large. you also don't need very much water. just enough so the system doesn't run out when you first turn it on.
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There's a guy up here with a semi runnin a big precision ic, 3000+hp. Runs 50 or so gallons of ice water. I think it's just one big hypro pump, 5 or 6 1.5" lines. Grant it he's movin more air but runs about 110* air temp at the end of a run. Was 700* temp before he added an ic. Talk to the prostock tractor guys, they been runnin ic's for long time...lots of troubleshooting already done


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There is more to an entire system than just flow through the intercooler and the size of the core. Efficiency in piping design and ideally getting the air to have a pressure drop so it spreads out through the cooler so it gets the best heat transfer makes a world of difference.
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Old 09-30-2017, 11:52 AM   #33
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There's a guy up here with a semi runnin a big precision ic, 3000+hp. Runs 50 or so gallons of ice water. I think it's just one big hypro pump, 5 or 6 1.5" lines. Grant it he's movin more air but runs about 110* air temp at the end of a run. Was 700* temp before he added an ic. Talk to the prostock tractor guys, they been runnin ic's for long time...lots of troubleshooting already done


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Prostock tractor setup is very different as they mainly rely on water injection to do their cooling. They dont really run an intercooler for cooling they run an intercooler for the extra torque and easier driving it out of the hole.
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