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My Closed Cooling Install

Old 07-20-2019, 08:46 PM
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After 2 days in the bilge I finally got my Closed Cooling installed. Got the port motor fired up but ran out of time to fire off the starboard.

Had some obstacles, mostly around fabricating a mount for relocating the PS pump because it uses the head bolts that the exchanger uses....

Looking forward to hopefully dumping it in tomorrow
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Old 07-20-2019, 10:02 PM
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Super clean installation. What system are they ? More pictures please
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Old 07-20-2019, 10:47 PM
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Very nice
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Old 07-21-2019, 12:19 AM
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Pretty sano!

Where does the water feed feed into the headers from now that its not coming from the crossover?
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There are 2 one inch pipes coming off the ends of the heat exchanger that feed to the headers.

It's the CP performance kit. I had some back and forth with them on whether it would fit a tall deck or not. They were going to build me a custom one if not, but after mocking one up their standard kit worked for a 10.2 deck.

I will say that I worked with Jeff at Hardin Marine on this and he was the best to deal with. Always answered the phone, emails, etc....
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I am going to feel so good about life now. I was always one of those guys that could hardly enjoy myself knowing that salt water was in my engines even though we would only do a lunch run and then put it right back on the lift and flush - I just couldn't relax and was always kind of in a rush to go back home.

This boat also has aluminum heads so I didn't even want to splash it before I got this done....
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