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Old 01-10-2016, 12:03 PM   #1
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Want to upgrade my cooling of my Whipple supercharged 2005gt .which is the best heat exchanger to use? My car is dynoed@ 480 rear hp,Ford racing cams,looks long tube headers,runner by Steeda in Milton Ontario Canada.
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LS swap. A lot better as far as cooling goes 👍🏼


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Thanks for the reply, I was wondering what kind I can use just for running on the highway as I do not drag race the car?
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Thanks for the reply, I was wondering what kind I can use just for running on the highway as I do not drag race the car?

The one I mentioned will be the best option for a street car. You will notice a actual difference


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I ran my super charged 3V stroker forever on the stock cooling system, long before I went to e85. I didn't have to up grade until I started road racing it. I'm not sure why anyone would need to upgrade the cooling system on a street car.....but whatever.
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I ran my super charged 3V stroker forever on the stock cooling system, long before I went to e85. I didn't have to up grade until I started road racing it. I'm not sure why anyone would need to upgrade the cooling system on a street car.....but whatever.

Well when you have a car that you do 4-5 runs back to back from 20-140 it gets a little hot.


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Well when you have a car that you do 4-5 runs back to back from 20-140 it gets a little hot.


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