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You can source many of these parts from OEM Ford as they use much of this on their supercharged engines. I don't think you'd need a resevoir in this application but simply a closed loop system with a heat exchanger and small pump. We aren't so much trying to cool an application, but more to prevent cooking the oil and bearings. As long as we're not boiling the water and loosing surface tension, I'd think it would be sufficient enough to get the oil in the bearings below 220F.
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