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Intercooler replacement (?)

Has anyone tried one of these on a 930?

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There was a longer thread on these a while back, can't seem to find it now but when i do i'll post a link.

I'd also like to hear any info on a non-intercooled application (76 turbo). I'd like to see what others think of using this as the sole intercooler on an early car.
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May be a good design but it adds the complexity of a stand-alone liquid to air system to an air cooled engine. There will be an additional radiator somewhere.
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I was also interested in this concept, but they don't provide any data on pressure drop vs flow. I suspect that it might be pretty high. Also, the design technique employed is more typical of a liquid to liquid heat exchanger, such as an oil cooler.

The concept is good though. What do you think of these:

Cemal - externally and internally finned tubes
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