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Greddy Intercooler

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by civicb18, Mar 9, 2003.

  1. civicb18

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    is it true, i have heard rumors that a greddy type 31 is only good up to around 15psi?
     
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    no intercooler is rated for any psi. they are rated for horsepower.

    15 psi on a t25 = 100 horse
    15 psi on a t88 = 500 horse

    see the point?

    the small greddy cooler should be good for 250-ish
     
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    thanks, i will be running t3/t04e, plannin on about 400 crank hp, so will probably go with a spearco if greddy type 31 will only handle 250 or so
    thanks again
     
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    get a PWR. cheaper and better than a speaco of the smae size. much higher efficiency.
     
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    do you have any proof that the pwr is more efficient than spearco? Like flow ratings, pressure drop....actual numbers that you can compare?
     
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    pressure drop and flow are about the same... its the actual cooling process that is better. i saw a chart a while back... i'll see if i can find it again..
     
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