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Old 03-01-2009, 09:21 AM
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Tell me a little about it. Do they make an exchanger that can handle a 750hp NA engine? Can you mount the exchanger off to the side? Does anyone have a pic?
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Tell me a little about it. Do they make an exchanger that can handle a 750hp NA engine? Can you mount the exchanger off to the side? Does anyone have a pic?
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Sure.

Sen-Dure makes all size heat exchangers and their product is standard on the Ilmor line of engines from 525-725 now.

http://www.sen-dure.com/

Here is a pict.


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Thanks What about the exchanger, can it be mounted off to the side?
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I mounted my exchangers outboard of the engines on L Brackets that attached to the outermost stringers port and stbd. I will try to take a pic. I got good pricing from SeaKamp for the exchangers. My motors run 130-150 with no TSTATS with 600 hp each side. I bought the biggest off the shelf exchanger they had.
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You can mount them just about anywhere as long as you bleed the air out correctly.

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I have two custom engineered sets. The heat exchanger would mount remotlely and the smaller expantion tank up higher. These were engineered and built for 800+ hp by Orca Marine. I still have the shop drawings for them. They have been used only one time. I am selling complete with stringer mounts and all stainless hardware and tees. Let me know if you are interested. [email protected]
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Default These guys build Teagues heat exchangers

http://www.aihti.com/

Yes they have something to handle over 800hp and yes they can be mounted to the side.

Don't forget to mount an overflow reservoir at the highest point.


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Yes they have something to handle over 800hp and yes they can be mounted to the side.

Don't forget to mount an overflow reservoir at the highest point.


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