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  • 03-19-2008, 11:00 AM
    DaytonaTunnel
    I don't want to use clamshell's if at all possible. Like I stated in my question, no added holes in the boat.

    I have solved the water getting out of the chiller problem. I plan on welding in some bungs near the end of Lightnings. This should make getting the water out of the chiller neat and efficient. Most important question I have, is 1 water inlet going to supply enough volume ? DMOORE, you said they don't need much water, I've been told differently ??? But I have no idea, as this will be my 1st chiller.
  • 03-18-2008, 11:02 PM
    DMOORE
    They don't take a ton of water. Bigger concern is getting the h2o out. I have one exit line with no pressure relief, and another with.

    Darrell.
  • 03-18-2008, 09:56 PM
    sanger rat
    Why not use the water that is getting dumped overboard from the pressure relief valve?
  • 03-18-2008, 08:51 PM
    jrork
    Quote Originally Posted by DaytonaTunnel View Post
    I'm installing a chiller in my 21' Daytona (jet application). I want to know if the lone water supply off the pump (Dominator) is enough volume for my engine, jacketed headers, and a chiller ? I really don't want to add any more holes to the hull unless nessesary. I'm hoping to use the existing supply line, but not sure if it's got enough volume ?
    Right on Droppy. Glad to see you're gonna get that mounted up
  • 03-18-2008, 06:28 PM
    P-Money
    I just force feed mine off the back of the boat. -16 in, two -12s out. No pressure valves.
  • 03-18-2008, 05:47 PM
    Hass828
    Quote Originally Posted by DaytonaTunnel View Post
    I'm installing a chiller in my 21' Daytona (jet application). I want to know if the lone water supply off the pump (Dominator) is enough volume for my engine, jacketed headers, and a chiller ? I really don't want to add any more holes to the hull unless nessesary. I'm hoping to use the existing supply line, but not sure if it's got enough volume ?
    Hey man, I run a stage five intercooler , water jacketed exhaust, and still have to run a bypass to keep the press. down. I tell you now that single tap puts out plenty of volume and press. to take care of anything that you want to do. You'll still want to run a bypass or a regulator to keep the pressure under controll or you'll have head gasket problems or blow your intercooler up.
  • 03-18-2008, 04:57 PM
    DaytonaTunnel

    Chiller plumbing

    I'm installing a chiller in my 21' Daytona (jet application). I want to know if the lone water supply off the pump (Dominator) is enough volume for my engine, jacketed headers, and a chiller ? I really don't want to add any more holes to the hull unless nessesary. I'm hoping to use the existing supply line, but not sure if it's got enough volume ?

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