I have a 94 LS and was wondering if any of you had a water and oil cooled turbo. I need to know how easy it is to hook up the coolant lines to the turbo and what the best way to do it is. thanks in advance.
according to boostcontrol's mechanic. Besides, it must be a ***** to adapt the separate cooling system to our aftermarket setups, especially since we have practically no space in the engine bay to begin withasianspeed on Jul/19/02 said:So the moral of the story is:
<20 psi only oil cooled is needed?
Done ! I think we should add to this a bit more and discuss the air-liquid side mount applications as well.TurboLS on Jul/19/02 said:P.S. Boostcontrol, i think we should add that blurb from your mechanic as a sidenote on intercoolers in our article. just a suggestion.
See, boost control is talking about water INJECTIoN systems, IE spraying mist into the intake to cool down intake charge, not turbo WATERCOOLING.I have a 94 LS and was wondering if any of you had a water and oil cooled turbo. I need to know how easy it is to hook up the coolant lines to the turbo and what the best way to do it is. thanks in advance. said:LS is talking about water cooling, not water INJECTIoN. Water cooling, as in a turbo that has oil passages inside its bearing to cool the bearing.
Boostcontrol then says:
Quote: I know that the advantages are pretty nice...on the water injection systems. And The pump used in the kit is controlled by an adjustable, O.E. quality pressure switch with specially designed injection nozzles. I think running T's off the oil send and return to the turbo. Looks simple enough. Let me see if I can't dig up some info and get back with ya....