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    Heat Exchanger Install

    Good Morning,

    Guy's need some info and help with the HX installation. If there a reason that the heat exchanger can't be inatall in a VERTICLE POSITION? I'm trying to install one and don't have room to install flat in the hull. I dry fit the water hoses last nite and came out good. I just need to know if this can be done this way. Thanks for yours help and input.


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    It can be mounted at any attitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    It can be mounted at any attitude.
    Thanks, Beerdart for your help!

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    As long as its as LOW as possible to promote good waterflow, you are fine in any position...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    As long as its as LOW as possible to promote good waterflow, you are fine in any position...
    Thanks Danny!

    I know you was going to chime in and help me in this one.

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    this is how i did mine if it helps...i had to go get another hose to make the proper bends ...i believe you have a rxt this is a p....and a 40 plate

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    Hi guys,
    I am new to Green Hulk and have a question about heat exchangers for my 2008 RXT. What make/model /type/# of plate/ do you recommend. Some of the ones I have seen on line are stainless steel plate with copper brazing but they are not recommended with salt water. Any issue with using this type of exchanger in salt water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shane.08 View Post
    Hi guys,
    I am new to Green Hulk and have a question about heat exchangers for my 2008 RXT. What make/model /type/# of plate/ do you recommend. Some of the ones I have seen on line are stainless steel plate with copper brazing but they are not recommended with salt water. Any issue with using this type of exchanger in salt water.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/30-Plate-Hea...item905be5f08d

    I use this for a year or so.It is just fine!
    Please notice that the water-salt in Greece is 50-50!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitsakosgt View Post
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/30-Plate-Hea...item905be5f08d

    I use this for a year or so.It is just fine!
    Please notice that the water-salt in Greece is 50-50!!!!
    That's salty!
    That's the one I have also.

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