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Old 04-06-2010, 12:54 PM   #16
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Uhm, yes - but I believe his point is to use a fuel filter as a cooler, like we did back in the days before the coolers were designed.
Sorry, misunderstood him.

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I run the RB Cooler... I gain no more than 20-30 seconds on tank.. thats all.. think the most people get- With proper testing and (not.. some bullcr*p) is max 40 seconds.. I think it was. They are a bit of a bling thing tbh...
I got one cheap so tried it.. and meh still use it but you dont gain alot from it.. at all tbh.. but its all personal views.. suppose...
Sounds like a little extra fuel line and a fuel filter will give you more bang for the buck.
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new design gas cooler.it's spiral will release as soon.
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Uhm, yes - but I believe his point is to use a fuel filter as a cooler, like we did back in the days before the coolers were designed.
no the link i put on this thread includes two exhaust coolers (long and short) and a fuel filter
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We are Bench and Race testing these at the moment. Bench figures so far show a slight increase in tank time but by only about 20 seconds . Mind you thats half a lap ...

We will report more as we get the info

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new design gas cooler.it's spiral will release as soon.
Used that, a similar design of what you've posted, it did not help much, or at all in terms of making the back-pressure exhaust air from tuned pipe 'cooler'...

As mine never 'boils' (when opening the fuel tank when ran emptied)

It'll act as a fuel filter to hold that little extra of nitro IMO, but to me more connections means more things to worry about.
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We are Bench and Race testing these at the moment. Bench figures so far show a slight increase in tank time but by only about 20 seconds . Mind you thats half a lap ...

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Do not focus on time only, more people did not notce something but a better constant tuning is more noticed.

My homemade cooler:





It has got an U-shape channel inside and has a large volume so biside as a cooler it also works as a pressure chamber.
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Wow that looks Trick !
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