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unclebilly unclebilly is offline
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OK, here's the thing, you don't need AN fillings to do this.

Have a look at this thread:
Budget Oil Cooling - Myth Dispelled

I installed a RX7 cooler in the front of my 77 track car - not because I wanted to, because I had to with the hot 2.7 in that car. I cut the bottom loop off of my trombone cooler (may as well keep some of the cooling duty of the trombone) and spliced in some hydraulic lines going up to the center mount RX7 cooler using hydraulic fittings. The system got my cooling issue under control (see the pics showing measuring temps). It cost around $250 if my memory serves correct.

I guarantee this sees much greater duty than your street 930 ever will, the system has been robust for many years and miles. You can go with AN fittings but in my experience on the 911 and 914 chump cars, these can come loose and be a real pain in the arse at great cost.
76 930 - featured in Sept 2013 Pano
77 911S Wide Body GT2 WCMA race car
86 930 Slantnose - featured in Mar-Apr 2016 Classic Porsche
Yoosta have: 90 C4 Targa, 87 944, 73 911 ChumpCar endurance racer - featured in May-June & July-Aug 2016 Classic Porsche
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