View Single Post
Dave at Pelican Parts Dave at Pelican Parts is offline
Dave at Pelican Parts's Avatar
Join Date: Dec 1969
Location: Silly-Con Valley
Posts: 14,025
Send a message via AIM to Dave at Pelican Parts Send a message via Yahoo to Dave at Pelican Parts
The best cooling will be with a GT-style cooler up in the front trunk. This requires cutting holes for the oil lines, and holes for the air ducting. You do need a duct for the air, or it won't bother going through the cooler. And that loses much of the front trunk space.

I know that a number of people have put an external cooler on the engine lid. With or without a dedicated electric fan to pull air through it. I'm not wild about it, but it has worked.

I have put a cooler hanging down under the rear trunk floor on my four-cylinder car. Note that this is a lousy location for cooling, as there isn't great air flow and what you have has already been warmed up by the exhaust. But it is better than nothing, and only requires a few small mounting bracket holes in the car--if you are a bit creative with running the lines, at least.

Pelican Parts 914 Tech Support

A few pics of my car:
Old 10-16-2017, 01:50 PM
  Pelican Parts Catalog | Tech Articles | Promos & Specials    Reply With Quote #2 (permalink)