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Help understanding all the HEAT EXCHANGERS (information thread)

Old 01-19-2009, 08:05 PM
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As I was looking for different heat exchangers, I found that OTT has a new kit out: http://www.ottperformance.com/p326/O...duct_info.html

Looks like a nice piece, especially with the drain and temp port. $240 seems like a fair price for what you get.
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Old 02-21-2009, 07:48 PM
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for me some links dont work and pics dont show. needs to be updated for those interested in H/E?!?!
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Old 07-05-2009, 09:00 PM
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has anybody ever checked out the h/e from Max Redline? thats the one i got. its really nice...
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ottp h.e is very nice i reccomend it
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ottp h.e is very nice i reccomend it
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Old 07-10-2009, 10:10 AM
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Originally Posted by harryresh View Post
has anybody ever checked out the h/e from Max Redline? thats the one i got. its really nice...
Which one? looked at the site and they have dozens??

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ottp h.e is very nice i reccomend it
ZZP has a group buy on this unit for $164, check out vendor's specials section
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ottp h.e is very nice i reccomend it
I agree also the Griffin 1.5 core in the stock location is excellent thats the one I use, we tested it in 04 with GM and that produced the best cooling results with 4 , 2 or single pass. But its 600 bucks. So for your money/versus performance go with the OTT exchanger - Josh and Sean are polite and treat you right...
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Old 10-21-2009, 03:02 PM
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I bought my Stage 1 kit and my H/e from Ott, i must say the H/e was easy as pie to put on, and hasnt come loose at all. They have awsome Customer Service, i nagged them alot but they got me threw my questions. I personally beleive in buying from a company that excels in Customer service, Oh yeah, thanks OTT, love the performance of my car, i will be buying new rotors and brakes soon as a consequesnce lol
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Old 11-09-2009, 04:53 PM
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Thanks for the info! Really helped!
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I got a noob question here. Whats the difference between the typical intercooler on a turbo charged car and this heat exchanger you guys are always referring to on the supercharged balts?

nevermind I just flipped back a page and found the answer

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Old 06-11-2010, 01:29 PM
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Heat Exchanger info

I am considering the zzp stage 3 for my Cobalt SS, has anyone done any serious dyno runs with the bigger h/e to help me make up my mind. I really do not want to keep my stocker. I live in Wisconsin so it is cold 9 months outta the year.
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Old 01-25-2011, 09:50 PM
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I am considering the zzp stage 3 for my Cobalt SS, but i live in nothern canada, it gets cold in the winter and this is my daily drive. If i put this on it will help me in the summer but will it at all negatively affect me in the winter?

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Originally Posted by Soulflyz View Post
I am considering the zzp stage 3 for my Cobalt SS, but i live in nothern canada, it gets cold in the winter and this is my daily drive. If i put this on it will help me in the summer but will it at all negatively affect me in the winter?

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No issues in the winter, just make sure you run 50/50 coolant.
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Old 02-18-2011, 07:31 PM
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Can't wait to try out the crazy expensive griffin
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Originally Posted by BLue NoTe View Post
Can't wait to try out the crazy expensive griffin
haha yeah the OP is a little outdated
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:00 PM
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got mine and love it! iat's stay low and drop way fast after a hard pull
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Im running the zzp s3 heatexchanger bigest one they have an the zzp dual pass end plate. I like my cooling mods HE hooked up to the stock one and my dual pass great cooling an i like it. Just unbolted my front bumper installed it and thats all she wrote
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Old 07-27-2011, 02:54 PM
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ZZP all the way! This is the best heat exchanger in my eyes. It's the easist to install and set up.
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is it possible or has anyone every ran a griffin H/E with ottp's or zzp's frontmount H/E? is there enough room?
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Originally Posted by sternerG85SC View Post
is it possible or has anyone every ran a griffin H/E with ottp's or zzp's frontmount H/E? is there enough room?
yes there is enough room

no one has done it to my knowledge

running any extra h/e in addition to the griffin doesn't add any benefit
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Originally Posted by sternerG85SC View Post
is it possible or has anyone every ran a griffin H/E with ottp's or zzp's frontmount H/E? is there enough room?
You don't need to or want to. It will only hurt the flow to the griffin and make your iat's hotter.
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wuld it affect in anything if i jus install a zzp s3 heat exchanger on my stock cobalt since its the biggest h/e?
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Ok so I'm new to this site. But hopefully gonna be able to get tha hang of it. Gotta question about zzps s3 h/e, b4 I got the s3 from ZZp, I hit a fox or something driving, anyway it busted my radiator and my stock h/e, I just too the stock one off, and replaced it with the s3 ZZp. Did i defeat the purpose of the aftermarket h/e by not having the stock one on too?
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Originally Posted by Tjw_o5coby View Post
Ok so I'm new to this site. But hopefully gonna be able to get tha hang of it. Gotta question about zzps s3 h/e, b4 I got the s3 from ZZp, I hit a fox or something driving, anyway it busted my radiator and my stock h/e, I just too the stock one off, and replaced it with the s3 ZZp. Did i defeat the purpose of the aftermarket h/e by not having the stock one on too?
Not really. You just replaced the stocker with the s3. Not gonna see much of a benefit over the stock besides a larger coolant reservoir
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