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Old 05-24-2007, 12:55 AM   #1
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Just contemplating on running a fuel cooler... Wondering how many people are doing this and what are the ups/downs of doing this... Pics are always welcomed too..thanks
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anyone??? I'm wondering if there is an advantage...
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i don't think it is worth it cause of the return fuel,and such high volume you would be cooling the whole tank of before it would work right this is just my opinion tho.
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just off the top of my head... i have no experiance with it myself
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cool the fuel pump better
would help if you are running high compression/high boost, aircooled porsches do this.
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restriction
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to help them pump its good, but you actually want your fuel hotter when it inters the engine, makes for a cleaner burn and more consistant burn...
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