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Old 02-12-2019, 03:50 AM   #4845
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I am preparing my car for its first event during the next round of 86 cup. I will be adding a Sprintex 210 supercharger plus intercooler(Scored a really good deal on it) Currently have the OEM+ Oil cooler with my NA setup and I know it will not cut it for track duty. Not to have to deal with high IAT or weird placements of an oil cooler, would the Jackson Racing Dual Radiator be a better choice and can it handle the heat the SC will put out with a 10 PSI pulley?

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Everything else will be set with better pads and high temp brake fluid.
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The Sprintex isn't track worthy, even with the optional heat exchanger. It will heatsoak really bad and there's nothing you can do about it, as the overall design is flawed.

If you're going to track the car, get rid of the kit.
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Old 02-12-2019, 03:28 PM   #4847
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The Sprintex isn't track worthy, even with the optional heat exchanger. It will heatsoak really bad and there's nothing you can do about it, as the overall design is flawed.

If you're going to track the car, get rid of the kit.
Well I am not a hardcore track rat, just the occasional hpde.. this is mostly a DD and canyon/fun driver with flex fuel.

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That's fine . Just warning you before you dump a lot of money on cooling parts trying to address an issue that can't be fixed, short of giving up on running that particular SC on track.

With an otherwise stock car, you'd just want:
- Oil cooler (Jackson Racing, Greddy...). The "OEM like" oil-to-water heat exchangers will be OK for maybe your first couple track days on a 6MT, no more. On an auto car they won't cut it at all.
- Brake fluid (PMU GFour, Endless, Brembo HTC, Castrol SRF..)
- Brake pads (PMU CR, Winmax W5/W6, Carbotech/GLoc XP10.. or CSG Spec brake pads ofc)
- Front camber bolts
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I have decided on the Jackson racing dual radiator. Simple and effective. I already bought the supercharger so no going back. If it heat soaks at the track then so be it. Track time will make up a small precentage of my driving. Thanks for the warning.

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