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    i have a 392 hemi with a hampton supercharger and enderle injector, has anyone put on a superchiller ?? i just bought a brand new one from a guy that really needed the money, like i dont too,,,, is there anything speacial i have to do????,

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    I've got them on my motors. You can go to Teague's site, and they have a diagram for proper install. I have one line coming in, with one line out, and one line with a pressure valve going out. It simply makes sure the intercooler is not overpressured.




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    good just me and you

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    INSTALLED TODAY PRETTY EASY THEY SAY TO UP THE BOOST 3# TO COMPENSATE FOR THE COOLER AIR EASY INSTALL ALSO CAN PUT TIMING 38deg MAX

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    Good to hear everything went well with the install. Just wondering if you were able to check out the Teague site. Did you end up running two discharge lines?? They don't like to be overpressured. Post up some pics if ya can. I bet the hemi looks SWEET! BTW, what boost are you running now?


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    i dont have the plumbing on it it yet im trying to figure out how to get water to it with a seperate pump, and pickup....i have a maganaflow cam driven pump for the block and heads and it did flow to my wet headers but now they are zoomies so i might take a t off the pump before the engine inlet ,the hilborn injector pump is belt driven off the crank so i dont want to run anything else there. i have a AN 12 inlet that is extra on my cavitation plate and transom where they were running two inlets for some reason, do you know of a 12v pump that will suck up the water and push it to the cooler? as i understand they do not need alot of flow just a nice cool stream under 20# pressure i plan on dumping it right over board with twin outs so there will be no back pressure.

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    maybe a jabsco like this

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    I don't run water pumps for mine. I have a thru hull fitting for each one. Good thing about this set-up is: no pumps needed (one less thing to worry about), and, no puddling of fuel at idle. Once you get moving, you'll have all the water pressure you'll ever need.


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    I run a #12 pickup on my cav plate, no pump. and a #10 outlet, part of which goes through my trans cooler and v-drive.

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    yea i guess i could use that extra an 12 on my cav plate it has a small L shape pickup so i guess the water pressure will feed it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by 392 cruiser View Post
    yea i guess i could use that extra an 12 on my cav plate it has a small L shape pickup so i guess the water pressure will feed it??

    Hell ya. No need to dick around with an extra pump. You'll have plenty of pressure. That's why they put the extra exit line on the chiller. One less thing to break / maintain / repair.



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    so if i run the AN 12 line split into to#8 on the entry side and 2 -AN10 on the exit, shouldnt need a p-relief if its only pickup pressure and have less restriction on the exit side right?

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