Asked by Jul 13, 2009 at 07:31 AM about the Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

Question type: Car Customization

hello, im installing a twin turbo kit from HP on my cobra. well, my turbo has ports for oil and coolant to pass through them. well, the directions from HP show how to run the oil, but not the coolant. i asked the company, and they said these turbos shoulnd't be watercooled, and that i must be mistaken. well i emailed them pictures, and they havent responded in any way. ANY advice would be great on where to plumb in the coolant lines from my engine.

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You Would have to tap into metal on the top side of the motor like near the intake and retap down below, i would say where the coolant meets the oil cooler, again some where metal due to coolant running under pressure.......


thanks, i was actually thinking of puttin a y fitting on the cool water comin out, and one on the hot water comin in below. but thanks, i'll keep that in mind

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