also I don't know the layout of the pipework you intend to run but id consider your intercooler mounted upside down, with in /out at the top heat rises.
if it can go the otherway up.
I have heard this and depending who you talk to they would say this is right way up!
The thing is air does not hang around in the intercooler, ever, it is constantly on the move so I believe the above statement is redundant. Please post charged air temp comparisons as I have not see, or looked for, any.
If the intercooler where the other way up then it would be argued that hot air would get trapped at the top, adding to heat soak... Which it wouldn't.
you might want to consider cutting one end tank of the intercooler and welding on the other way so flow goes diagonally across the cooler.
this should give maximum ideal cooling.
Agreed, Ideally the inlet/outlet would be centered.
This is actually a budget build, this intercooler cost $AUD130 delivered, and time is short!
@Pud; Thanks! nice to have your input.
I'm thinking I will just flip the P/S cooler pipe so it lays in front of the oil cooler...
Sent from the future...