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TOYOTA YARIS Laminova coolers

This might be an attractive option for the boosted folks an oil cooler that uses your regular coolant so you do not need to add another small radiator to the front of your car quite appropriate with our relatively small grilles.. httpwww.opcon.sesubStart.asppag...subPageClick1 They also have some interesting water-air intercoolers based on the same designs httpwww.opcon.sesubStart.asppag...subPageClick1 could make for some practical stealth setups

Those oil coolers are not the best idea for trying to keep temps low. Your oil cooler becomes a water heater. The water to air intercoolers can be very efficient and would be effective for centrifugal superchanger and turbo applications. They just add quite a bit more complexity and more weight as you need an intercooler heat exchanger pump relays possibly fans and a reservoir tank for the fluid.

TOYOTA YARIS Top mount or front mount intercooler

Hi i am driving a 08 vitz turbo. It has a top mount intercooler. The top mount intercooler obstruct the ignition coil and spark plugs. I am thinking of converting it to a front mount. However my concern is will it cause any turbo lag as the distance for the compressed air to reach the throttle body has lengthen. Or should I keep it as top mount. Anyone has experience on that

Quote Originally Posted by Focus_Sh1ft Should just be a matter of choosing a front mount intercooler that isnt stupidly large. If you check out Bluevitz-rs thread regarding his Greddy install youll see that he was losing a substantial amount of power with a top mount at the low end. Plus lets be real here front mount intercoolers are sooooo much cooler. Correction the kit had NO intercooler. I was

An FMIC might lag more however that would easily be overcome from the gains by getting cooler air. Just do it right and you should be fine.

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TOYOTA YARIS DOES BIGGER INTERCOOLER INCREASE PERFORMANCE

i have top mounted turbo yaris 1szfe with gtti intercooler now i am going for bigger intercooler used for front mount but ill use still for top mount so please confirm if it increases performance thanks

bigger is not always better if the inter-cooler is not large enough or not enough air flow it will heat soak. if the inter-cooler is to big the pressure drop across the core will be huge and make less power then a properly sized. with your current inter-cooler if you can do a couple on boost pulls back to back and touch the cold side of the charge pipe and its warm to cold it should be fine. but no

TOYOTA YARIS Turbo Manifold thread

Ok heres my situation. I am starting to put together a turbo kit for the yaris most of it will end up just being bits and ends here and there. Number one thing in mind is keeping costs below 2500 for an Intercooled setup. My goals Cost at or just above 2500 No engine management 6PSI Intercooled Power goal 160whp Should be obtainable reasonably. Step 1 was finding a turbo manifold for the car so I started

Quote Originally Posted by Tamago 6psi intercooler is a waste. run meth injection instead. A front mount does not need to be refilled I think the waste would be refilling that little bottle every other day. Your comment makes no sense why would a cooler denser air charge be a a waste Please think before you answer I do not generalities........

Quote Originally Posted by cdydjded A front mount does not need to be refilled I think the waste would be refilling that little bottle every other day. Your comment makes no sense why would a cooler denser air charge be a a waste Please think before you answer I do not generalities........ lets see.. small engine small turbo 15 feet of intercooler piping 1 psi drop thru cooler.. just to be able to

TOYOTA YARIS not yaris related but looking for a cooling system guru

Hey guys I am looking for a little help from maybe a heat transfer expert or thermodynamics guy or any articles that would pertain to this. Im working on a 2005 Mercedes CL600 with a V12 twin turbo anyways it has some work done to it and we are starting to experience higher then normal engine temps. I havent had a chance to monitor oil temps yet but I will be working on that. The cooling system on

yea I can and I am getting bigger radiators for it the main radiator will be upgraded he already has an upgraded heat exchanger for the water to air intercoolers. jkuchta the stock radiator setup is air cooled but the oil cooler is actually inside the radiator its a setup similar to the 300zx setup sold by spl httpwww.splparts.commain4index.htm then go to z32enginecooling and its the McCulloch setup

TOYOTA YARIS Pre-Hack Repost DIY Eaton Supercharger Why Not

So this is funny Of course everything of mine got deleted from the hack so i am bringing it up again but wondering more about it. Ive never cared to look at how superchargers worked but i knew the basics. I have some questions on certain issues as well... So a user by the name of BoogieQ did a DIY supercharger kit over on ScionLife using an Eaton M62 supercharger(2.5-3.0L Recommendation) Not near our

Quote Originally Posted by Nexus1155 oil linescoolant linesAN FittingsHaving to tape the blockpanWastegatesBoost ControllersIntercooler More Custom Pipe worketc.... Supercharging is based off the intake side which means i do not need to do pipework just making flanges with pipes. There is a perfectly substitutable flex pipe in the marine world that holds up to70psi of boost and has good flow. Albeit

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