[urq] Dialynx Radiators and Intercoolers
ricoletsinger at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 22 20:35:17 EDT 2004
That may be overstaing things. A lot. The 2Bennett
intercooler still heat soaks very easily. I've found
it to cool back off much better than the stock or
Dialynx intercoolers, but it's still insufficient. I
have been running it with a RS2 turbo on a 3B at about
20 PSI. I'm now installing a K26/27 turbo which
should put much less heat into the compressed air.
I'll report back in a couple more weeks when she's
--- Jack Walker <jwalker at ivey.com> wrote:
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> What is your experience with the 2Bennett IC? How
> specifically do you
> use it, track only, street, a little of each?
> Rich Letsinger seems very pleased with his 2B IC for
> track usage.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrew Finney [mailto:afinney1 at yahoo.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 3:45 PM
> To: Jack Walker
> Cc: urq at audifans.com
> Subject: [urq] Dialynx Radiators and Intercoolers
> 2Bennett intercoolers are not the same thing as
> Dialynx intercoolers. I've owned both and the
> one is much larger. I am also not convinced that
> 2Bennett's radiator is the same thing as Dialynx's,
> having seen them side by side, but they are much
> closer in apperance than their intercoolers are.
> Andrew Finney
> 1983 and 1984 UrQs.
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