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Old 02-05-2019, 10:51 AM
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Default whipple intercooler setups in 1st gen camaros

Lets see how you guys installed your intercooler systems in your 1st gen camaros. What brand parts did you use and how did you route your cooling lines..... Post pics



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Is that whole stack all Autorad? I have their radiator and core support I bought from some one before getting a LSA and I was thinking about getting their heat exchanger. Whatís the small one up top? Transmission or Oil?
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Man that Autorad setup looks killer. Love the car, nice work!
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I'm waiting on my AutoRad setup. Ordered it last week and was told it would a 16 week build time.... roughly the end of the year into the first of 2020. Geesh, but oh well, I can't wait to get it.
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I used a gt500 intercooler. its a tight fit and took some notching of the hood support but it fits and its huge. The lid and lines have been close to ambient after a few highway and around town driving. Hood vents are essential to getting all that heat out.
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I used a gt500 intercooler. its a tight fit and took some notching of the hood support but it fits and its huge. The lid and lines have been close to ambient after a few highway and around town driving. Hood vents are essential to getting all that heat out.
Thatís the thing Iím most worried about...hood vents. I like the Ring Brothers Razor hood as well as Anvilís Extractor hood. But, Iím highly concerned with, the way my superchargerís air intake exits the rear....that the hood vents of either of those hoods will hit the throttle body and intake tube, thus preventing it from closing.
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Thatís the thing Iím most worried about...hood vents. I like the Ring Brothers Razor hood as well as Anvilís Extractor hood. But, Iím highly concerned with, the way my superchargerís air intake exits the rear....that the hood vents of either of those hoods will hit the throttle body and intake tube, thus preventing it from closing.
Marcus, send me the supercharger and you wonít need hood vents. Fixed.
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I used the track spec hood vents before they came out with the fist gen version. Mine are long but narrow. I will upgrade to the first gen version. They typically occupy the space behind the hood stops on the radiator support. The other option is to do what they did with Lous change camaro and use a ZL1 style vent in the middle of hood.
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I did this low budget hood for Kevin.

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