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Old 03-01-2019, 10:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anybody have a picture of how the extra heat exchanger install should look on the tunnel of a 2014 or similar IQR?
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From what perspective do you want a picture?
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From what perspective do you want a picture?
One looking down and maybe one from underneath the tunnel? Also how important is it to install this extra exchanger?
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Never run without one. Not home until Tue night, remind me then and I can take pics of mine. It is on a lift in my garage, so just external ones.
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Never run without one. Not home until Tue night, remind me then and I can take pics of mine. It is on a lift in my garage, so just external ones.
Will do...thanks.
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Does anyone run a coolant temp gauge that would maybe have before cooler/after cooler temp data to prove the extra cooler is required? Didn't the tunnel heat exchangers get lengthened a few inches on the 14's up when they went to the longer skid? Seems like that would help a bit more with cooling. I don't have one on my 2014 and I will occasionally feel my tunnel exchangers when we stop for a break and they never really feel what I would consider to be excessively hot, but actual coolant temp numbers would be the best to go by (I do not have a coolant temp gauge, just EGT's). And that's trail riding on groomed trails. I have a set of scratchers I intent to install at some point too. If guys here swear by the additional cooler I think I might have to consider it.
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Perfect....thanks my man! That must be the 12 gallon tank correct?
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If you picture that cooler turned around those tank cut outs are for the hoses to clear. That is how the RR is set up.....shorter tunnel cooler strips.


12 gallon the rear is filled in and it is squared off. A RR can not Run a 12 gallon. Me not likey the look of those
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If you picture that cooler turned around those tank cut outs are for the hoses to clear. That is how the RR is set up.....shorter tunnel cooler strips.


12 gallon the rear is filled in and it is squared off. A RR can not Run a 12 gallon. Me not likey the look of those
Ahh got it.


Your sled looks minty!
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