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question for Jake Raby and any one that uses the TIV

I'm interested in the TIV and when I emailed you wanted info, I never got a responce back.

I wanted to know how easy it is to install, the price, etc.

Also, I wanna hear everyones feed back on it

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Adam

PS Trying to make this a good post for my 100th
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What is your application???

sorry we did not get back to your email. My receptionist receives 200+ emails a day and some fall through the cracks.
The TIV is good for any application, when set up correctly.
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Adam, you already have a Type IV in your engine bay....

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...and you already passed post 100...
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DD, I was talking about the enigne cooler that is supposed to work better than the 911 fan
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Now I remember, its the DTM that I wanted to know about.

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The DTM is more for T-IV into T-1 (Bug, Bus, Ghias) conversions.

If your engine is predominately stock (even up to 2270cc), the original cooling system is sufficient, except for adding an additional external oil cooler (for your more potent engines).

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ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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see www.massivetype4.com for info on my DTM
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Jake, I just sent you a pm
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Got it. The DTM currently will not fit a 914 engine bay easily as I have some fitting challenges to overcome....
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K, Thanks Jake
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