i have the 1" neovane with a new impeller and all lines are clear of debris.
i have a 1" pickup line going to the intake side of the pump and a 1" line coming from the exit side of the pump going to the intercooler inlet and from there a 1" line coming from the exit side of the intercooler to a distribution block from where the water is sent through the motor and exhaust and everything exits from the exhaust.
the motor idles at 120 runs at 140 at crusing speed and 150-160 at about 5000 rpm but as soon as i stand on it for 30 seconds it climbs up to 180 very fast and i suspect it would keep climbing and i have to let off and bring it back down to cruising speeds to allow it to cool back down which it does right away.
i think the intercooler is restricting the flow too much and my plan is to scoop off the plates straight into to the intercooler and dump from the intercooler right off the back and go from the pump to the distribution block. that way the intercooler wouldn't be cooling at idle either.
anybody have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance!