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SC14 Supercharger in car
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SubmitterGrunterhunterMore Photos from Grunterhunter   Last Update2006/12/18 7:16    Tell a friendTell a friend
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Up and running- check out all the cr@p that the blower spat out onto my engine bay!!!
They fill em full of oil before they ship them.

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Posted: 2006/12/18 8:53  Updated: 2006/12/18 8:53
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2005/8/8
From: The garage, NZ
Posts: 1935
 Re: SC14 Supercharger in car
sick bro. how she go?
n13 radiator i presume? or s13?
looks good.

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Posted: 2006/12/18 23:53  Updated: 2006/12/18 23:53
Home away from home
Joined: 2005/3/28
From: Stray-ya
Posts: 528
 Re: SC14 Supercharger in car
Not hooked up yet, just pumping air (and oil) about the place.

Edit: Pulsar radiator. Had N13 on it but people round here assure me it is a N14..... possibly there's no difference between the two??

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Posted: 2018/12/29 22:34  Updated: 2018/12/29 22:34
Joined: 2001/5/3
From: Hawaii, USA
Posts: 30206
 Re: SC14 Supercharger in car
N13 and N14/N15 radiators are basically the same but for different HP levels for the different engine options from 50PS to 131PS
* outlets top right and bottom left (usually)
* come in three sizes: All 320mm high, but with different widths 535-657mm
* different thickness 16 to 26mm
* outlets/hoses are 28mm or 35mm

S13 is also the same except both hoses are on the right side. S13 came with three different engines: 1.8, 2.0 and 2.4 so the radiators are capable of cooling 131PS to 205hp