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Old 10-10-2009, 10:22 AM
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It is definitely tight to the inner fender. I think I can get away with just trimming the flange of the fender. If the hook for the hood was removed, then it could be mounted quite a bit higher and completely avoid the fenders.

I was thinking that too, if I could get rid of the hood hook, the intercooler I got could be 4-5" taller and cool more air. But I didn't want to mess with the original hood hook and I'm not a big fan of hood pins...

Thanks for all the pics Elliot and Hankrod. What are all the electronics for by the air intake?

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Old 10-10-2009, 01:25 PM
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Wide band 02 sensor interface, throttle position sensor, electronic boost controller/wastegate solenoid, and map sensor. Hankrod
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Old 10-10-2009, 06:01 PM
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Thanks for posting up the pics Elliott. Hankrod

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Old 12-18-2009, 11:53 PM
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zack looking good, i know i am not always the best info but hope some of my stuff helped you along. you've done a great job with that rig.
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Old 12-19-2009, 09:46 AM
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zack looking good, i know i am not always the best info but hope some of my stuff helped you along. you've done a great job with that rig.

On the contrary Dusty. I would still be sucking my diesel thumb if it weren't for you. You have helped me out tremendously. I really appreciate all the stupid questions of mine you had to answer…”Where does the fuel line go…” “Wait, there’s no distributor, WiTF do you do for a tach…” Stuff like that. Thanks again man,

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Old 08-05-2017, 11:13 AM
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Was this charge air cooler custom built or from another application? I know it's 8 yrs old, but looks perfect.

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Old 08-05-2017, 12:22 PM
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Z&M Jeeps carries them. It's not custom, it's off-the-shelf to save money.
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Old 08-22-2017, 11:04 AM
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Zack,

A couple weeks ago I was able to find pics of this radiator, but now I don't know how I got them. There are no pics on your website. Did this end up being a good solution? Or is the flow rate bad?

Can you post more pics here somehow?

Can you send me the dimensions?

I finally put together my front end and I'm wondering where this would fit. My 72 has factory AC which I'd like to retain, and I think this CAC (charged air cooler) or "intercooler" would go in the same place as the condenser.

I wasn't going to do an upgraded turbo and add a CAC until phase 2 of this build, but it looks like I'm doing it now not later. So a purchase is eminent.

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Old 08-23-2017, 09:06 PM
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Kevin,
Send me your email address and I will send you some pictures. This ended up being a great solution. The truck has over 120,000 miles on it since it was built. No problems with EGTs even when towing. The truck also has air conditioning and there is room between the front valance and the radiator for the intercooler and the condensor. Z&M Jeeps has the intercooler you need for this project. Thank you,

Zack

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Zack,

A couple weeks ago I was able to find pics of this radiator, but now I don't know how I got them. There are no pics on your website. Did this end up being a good solution? Or is the flow rate bad?

Can you post more pics here somehow?

Can you send me the dimensions?

I finally put together my front end and I'm wondering where this would fit. My 72 has factory AC which I'd like to retain, and I think this CAC (charged air cooler) or "intercooler" would go in the same place as the condenser.

I wasn't going to do an upgraded turbo and add a CAC until phase 2 of this build, but it looks like I'm doing it now not later. So a purchase is eminent.

Thanks,
Kevin
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