Feb 8 2007
What to do with ALL these lines? |
I am putting a mild performance Toyota 22-R engine in a 65 Baja (on 55 pan). I am pretty squared away with an RX-7 Radiator going up front, and if it was just those coolant lines, I'd be ok. But I am doing this conversion for the 'water' heater unit, and A/C unit as much as the reliable power. So far I've read that putting the coolant lines under the car is better than in the tunnel. [1 edits; Last edit by capncrazy68 at 09:14:44 Thu Feb 8 2007]
My first concern, is that if I put them under the car, they could be damaged off-roading. I suppose, if I tuck it under the running board, but I don't have running boards. Just rock bars. That might be pretty safe. Still nervous about that, and yes I get rough and daring, yet it's got a lift on it.
If I do that, I also need to know if I have to run 2 additional lines from the engine for the heater unit, or could I tap into the radiator lines up front? I'm not sure if I did that, I would have sufficient flow into the unit.
Then I still need 2 a/c coolant lines run up front to the evaporator. Or to the condensor. And if I should mount the condensor in front of the radiator, or put it somewhere in the rear.
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