Forge Heat Exchanger Radiator

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Anyone installed this heat exchanger from Forge?

https://www.forgemotorsport.com/Toyota_Supra_A90_Chargecooler_Radiator--product--1985.html

I can't decide if I should go with CSF or Forge.




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I don't know the answer, but 80mm vs 27mm is a huge increase. Wonder what it does to pressure drop and how much air the fan can actually effectively pull..

Forgefront80mm
Koyoremote48mm
CSFfront42mm
OEMfront27mm
 
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Me & 2 friends run CSF with no issues. No drastic IAT change but helps keep heat soak in check

Solid piece
 
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I don't know the answer, but 80mm vs 27mm is a huge increase. Wonder what it does to pressure drop and how much air the fan can actually effectively pull..

Forge (front)80mm
Koyo (remote)48mm
CSF (front)42mm
OEM (front)27mm
80mm!! I wonder if it needs some modifications to the plastic to make ot fit.
 
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Me & 2 friends run CSF with no issues. No drastic IAT change but helps keep heat soak in check

Solid piece
Thanks! Yeah the weather in Kuwait is similar to our weather in Bahrain. The Forge heat exchanger is tempting but I dont know how it performs and if installation is a breeze.
 
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I contacted Forge motorsport and this is the reply I got:

Thank you for contacting forge motorsport

Although the charge cooler radiator is twice the thickness of the oem unit this has had no adverse effect on the engines cooling capability’s , the duct on the supra is fantastically designed and really helps push the air through to the oem radiator , the oem engine radiator is also over engineered in my opinion so more than up to the job of cooling the engine efficiently, we have also taken into account the position of the forge chargecooler radiator and housed it as close to the oem engine radiator as possible, this is to ensure the air will not stall after passing through the forge chargecooler unit. We have sold these units the chargecooler radiators into Qatar and the states with no reports of engine cooling issues along with testing the chargecooler radiator on dynos for a long period of time showing the chargecooler radiator is efficient in keeping the IATS at a steady temperature even after 6-8 hard pulls.

I hope this helps
Looks like I'll go with Forge Chargecooler :thumbsup:
 

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