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Help understanding all the HEAT EXCHANGERS (information thread)

Old 09-17-2008, 10:08 AM
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If you want them to run parallel... you have to mount it using the how to... but i dont think the zzp is a tall heat exchanger, so you may not have to take off the bumper... but either way... you dont have to for either installation, it just makes it easier..
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Old 09-17-2008, 10:12 AM
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If you want them to run parallel... you have to mount it using the how to... but i dont think the zzp is a tall heat exchanger, so you may not have to take off the bumper... but either way... you dont have to for either installation, it just makes it easier..
Where is the how to for mounting the zzp H/E? I searched and found for say CX or a cobra but not the zzp....it didn't come with any bolts so do I use the same bolts that are holding the stock ones just those will hold both stock and the zzp? ect.....
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Old 09-17-2008, 11:47 AM
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If they didnt give you bolts.. thats odd... If you wanna mount in the same place, use the same bolts..

Yea dude they are pretty much all teh same thing... So just use one of those how to's...
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Originally Posted by ShortStack View Post
If they didnt give you bolts.. thats odd... If you wanna mount in the same place, use the same bolts..

Yea dude they are pretty much all teh same thing... So just use one of those how to's...
So will the stock bolts be able to hold up both the stock and the new H/E?
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Old 09-17-2008, 01:07 PM
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No because you would only have the bolts for the stock h/e..

you cant take the bolts off the stock h/e and use them for the new h/e... because then they would be on the new h/e..
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Old 09-17-2008, 06:25 PM
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Originally Posted by ShortStack View Post
No because you would only have the bolts for the stock h/e..

you cant take the bolts off the stock h/e and use them for the new h/e... because then they would be on the new h/e..
I take it they mount in different places then.....thanks for the info....
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Old 09-25-2008, 02:52 PM
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this should be removed! this member is banned and he was constantly full of misleading info and bs... his threads are all bs lies
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Old 09-25-2008, 03:26 PM
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Originally Posted by hungryhip-ccp View Post
this should be removed! this member is banned and he was constantly full of misleading info and bs... his threads are all bs lies
Who? Shortstack? Or Cbodner?
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Old 09-25-2008, 07:11 PM
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chris bodner the loser of css.net i knew he got banned from the rsx forum for a reason assclown...
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Old 09-25-2008, 10:06 PM
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Ya I read some thread where they bagged on him pretty hard for faking a 1/4 mile slip
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Old 09-25-2008, 10:29 PM
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so what would ppl reccomend...to take the stock h/e out or to make it the duel core one..and if im not right about that correct me i am new towards this
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Old 09-26-2008, 09:34 AM
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I think you have the drift of it...

I dont think this should be removed as the information on this thread isnt wrong... There is some useful stuff on here (you guys bitch about having people search, why take a thread away that they can search from? Do you wanna explain to them about h/e's or do you want to tell them to read this sticky?)

The dual HE setup would yield higher cooling results.. but is more of a pain in the ass to install (depending on which way you go about doing it... read the thread a little bit, it explains everything... and this means from page one)
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Originally Posted by ShortStack View Post
I think you have the drift of it...

I dont think this should be removed as the information on this thread isnt wrong... There is some useful stuff on here (you guys bitch about having people search, why take a thread away that they can search from? Do you wanna explain to them about h/e's or do you want to tell them to read this sticky?)

The dual HE setup would yield higher cooling results.. but is more of a pain in the ass to install (depending on which way you go about doing it... read the thread a little bit, it explains everything... and this means from page one)
I think it should be edited at the very least, theres no link to our product in the original thread and he makes statements about products hes never tried. Besides he doesn't have the knowledge or credentials to critique anything automotive related.
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Edited yes... But others have posted some information on here correcting information... These posts should be saved...

The others yes, i vote for delete.
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i went with the ott h/e
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Old 11-09-2008, 06:11 PM
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sorry if this has already been anwsered but im looking at getting a after market heat extanger. but im wondering what im going to gain. horsepower? if so how much?
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Hey errbody! First post here on cobaltss.net. I'm new to this heat exchanger stuff. I'm kinda confused. The heat exchangers you guys are talking about, are they intercoolers or are they radiators?
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Originally Posted by AirGoya View Post
Hey errbody! First post here on cobaltss.net. I'm new to this heat exchanger stuff. I'm kinda confused. The heat exchangers you guys are talking about, are they intercoolers or are they radiators?
it is a air to water heat exchanger, just like the engine coolant radiator. the intercooler part is inside the intake manifold where it absorbs the heat, then transfers it to the "aftercooler" (aka heat exchanger) to cool down, just like any radiator. most people put on aftermarket heat exchangers in line with the stock heat exchanger to double the coolant in the system and prevent heat soak, as well as providing additional means of cooling the already heated intercooler fluid

in a nutshell...
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^ Ok gotcha! Thanks a lot.
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hey does anyone no how much coolant to put in when you have dual surge tanks???????? i dont want to mess anything up! thanks!
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Are you talking about the GM dual pass with Option B or adding in an extra HE? With an extra HE it should be 1 gallon more depending on the size of the HE.
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Originally Posted by CobaltSSilver View Post
Are you talking about the GM dual pass with Option B or adding in an extra HE? With an extra HE it should be 1 gallon more depending on the size of the HE.
i have the gm dual pass with a cobra heat exchanger. i was just wondering how much coolant to put in, also do you just fill the 1 surge tank since it circulates through both? sorry if i sound stupid haha new car!
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i have the gm dual pass with a cobra heat exchanger. i was just wondering how much coolant to put in, also do you just fill the 1 surge tank since it circulates through both? sorry if i sound stupid haha new car!
Keep adding fluid until its full.
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Originally Posted by tabeling26SS View Post
i have the gm dual pass with a cobra heat exchanger. i was just wondering how much coolant to put in, also do you just fill the 1 surge tank since it circulates through both? sorry if i sound stupid haha new car!
Check the install guide here. I looked through and I don't see a notice that anything needs to be added but I haven't added this on. I've just done the dual pass HE from ZZP which I added in about 1 gallon of dexcool.

http://www.crateenginedepot.com/store/pdfs/sidekit.pdf
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Originally Posted by CobaltSSilver View Post
Check the install guide here. I looked through and I don't see a notice that anything needs to be added but I haven't added this on. I've just done the dual pass HE from ZZP which I added in about 1 gallon of dexcool.

http://www.crateenginedepot.com/store/pdfs/sidekit.pdf
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