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Turbo water cooling piping
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Thinking about keeping these pipes that run via the plenum before going to turbo, thought it might be better than running direct from the 'main' water pipe.

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kululadotgroen
Posted: 2008/9/6 20:36  Updated: 2008/9/6 20:36
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 Re: Turbo water cooling piping
You could always find a nice sized CO2 bottle. and cryo freeze your intake via that water channel, should give nice and dense intake air...

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LAGWAGON
Posted: 2008/9/6 13:16  Updated: 2008/9/6 13:16
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 Re: Turbo water cooling piping
both not needed, bugger them off.

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Mildman
Posted: 2008/9/6 14:07  Updated: 2008/9/6 14:07
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 Re: Turbo water cooling piping
Roger that, do I need to cap the pipe ends in the plenum - or just leave them open?

If they are only going to have water in them, I figure I wouldn't even need to block them off?

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dattodude
Posted: 2008/9/6 14:21  Updated: 2008/9/6 14:21
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 Re: Turbo water cooling piping
no need to block them. I pulled them out. But you couldkust leave them or cut them off flush.

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LAGWAGON
Posted: 2008/9/6 14:24  Updated: 2008/9/6 14:24
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 Re: Turbo water cooling piping
no blockage needed. if you want to be really neat you could hacksaw them off the plate.

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Mildman
Posted: 2008/9/6 15:00  Updated: 2008/9/6 15:00
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 Re: Turbo water cooling piping
Cool, thanks guys - although i will have to plug up that hole in the back of the plenum that is orginally used for the brake booster - the L shaped bit of pipe on the end of that threaded sleeve must have broken off somewhere.