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  • VXRPC/Courtenay Intercooler

    Anyone know the dimensions, or more importantly the internal capacity of the VXRPC/Courtenay intercooler ??

    This one ....


  • #2
    erm, i have it on mine but unless you have a really good reason, i'm not going to go measure it xx

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    • #3
      I want to know the internal capacity more than anything else, to do that i need the dimensions, unless someone knows the actual capacity to save the effort

      Just in the market for an intercooler, but i need to make sure its capable of covering future plans

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      • #4
        Originally posted by lordnikon
        I want to know the internal capacity more than anything else, to do that i need the dimensions, unless someone knows the actual capacity to save the effort

        Just in the market for an intercooler, but i need to make sure its capable of covering future plans
        how you mean future plans hun?? cos my plans for the VXR are going to be to the extreme and if it'll hold that then i'm sure it'll hold yours x
        anyway, i'll see if i can find out for you x

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        • #5
          Louise,

          Have you got any close up pics of your brakes? I guess they are 4 pots?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by LouiseVXR
            how you mean future plans hun?? cos my plans for the VXR are going to be to the extreme and if it'll hold that then i'm sure it'll hold yours x
            anyway, i'll see if i can find out for you x
            If you can find out that will be great. I have a feeling it wont be big enough but fingers crossed it is

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            • #7
              Originally posted by lordnikon
              Originally posted by LouiseVXR
              how you mean future plans hun?? cos my plans for the VXR are going to be to the extreme and if it'll hold that then i'm sure it'll hold yours x
              anyway, i'll see if i can find out for you x
              If you can find out that will be great. I have a feeling it wont be big enough but fingers crossed it is
              right, apparently they don't test capacity like they used to x BUT... i'm awaiting a txt with the dimensions so when i get it i'll post up x

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              • #8
                Originally posted by PainZ
                Louise,

                Have you got any close up pics of your brakes? I guess they are 4 pots?
                erm, i'll have a look hun and if i have i'll PM you xx

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                • #9
                  AP Brake Pix and info
                  Vectra and Corsa Versions coming shortly

                  http://www.vxronline.co.uk/messagebo...opic.php?t=864

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by LouiseVXR
                    Originally posted by lordnikon
                    Originally posted by LouiseVXR
                    how you mean future plans hun?? cos my plans for the VXR are going to be to the extreme and if it'll hold that then i'm sure it'll hold yours x
                    anyway, i'll see if i can find out for you x
                    If you can find out that will be great. I have a feeling it wont be big enough but fingers crossed it is
                    right, apparently they don't test capacity like they used to x BUT... i'm awaiting a txt with the dimensions so when i get it i'll post up x
                    Thanks. Strange they dont test capacity :?

                    If you get anything that would be great - thanks for your help

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                    • #11
                      this is all i have been able to find, not sure how up to date it is or changes made but its a start

                      Standard Intercooler Height 346 mm
                      Modified Intercooler Height 362 mm

                      Standard Intercooler Width 523 mm
                      Modified Intercooler Width 540 mm

                      Standard Intercooler Depth 27 mm
                      Modified Intercooler Depth 56 mm

                      Standard Intercooler pipe work size worst 39 mm best 49 mm
                      Modified Intercooler pipe work size worst 50 mm (clamp @ turbo 50mm long) Rest 60 mm

                      Standard Pipe Length to Turbo 1530mm
                      Modified Pipe Length to Turbo 720 mm

                      Standard Pressure Drop / Back pressure 2.9 Psi (measured at turbo outlet & plenum)
                      Modified Pressure Drop / Back Pressure 0 Psi (measured at turbo outlet &plenum)

                      Standard Front area 18,095 cm s
                      Modified Front area 19,548 cm s

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Dougie
                        AP Brake Pix and info
                        Vectra and Corsa Versions coming shortly

                        http://www.vxronline.co.uk/messagebo...opic.php?t=864
                        LOL! thanks Dougie x couldn't find the pics :?

                        this thread aswell when i first got mine done ...

                        http://www.vxronline.co.uk/messagebo...ighlight=#7916

                        and Thanks Aussie, i'll post up the txt too when i get it xx

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                        • #13
                          Hmmm decent capacity working on those sizes, thanks for the info

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                          • #14
                            again, capacity of an intercooler is meaningless.

                            You need to look and surface area and heat ransfer efficiency

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                            • #15
                              ive had mine since november lord and it work's great
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                              stealth no more but beware of the silver lightning GSI with vxr power
                              M.U.F.C.
                              http://www.courtenaysport.co.uk/

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