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    Stock intercooler in and out, which is which?

    Looking at the stock intercooler from the top, which is the inlet and which is the outlet? Reason I ask is I want to install the strainer, and want to filter BEFORE the intercooler.... whoda thunk?


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    The inlet is looking down and the outlet looking to the exhaust manifold. On 215 models!!!!
    On 255 the inlet is the lower nipple!

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    :)

    Hope this helps!
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    Ok, so the picture on the right (215)... the one with the hose running to it is the outlet correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittperson View Post
    Ok, so the picture on the right (215)... the one with the hose running to it is the outlet correct?
    number 27 goes to the manifold so its the outlet hose... just put your strainer out back and tie into the inlet hose, you cant miss it back there

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    Ok, as you can tell, I'm still figuring out all of these hoses. The inlet hose the the one that needs to be clamped when towing? The one with the red tape?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittperson View Post
    Ok, as you can tell, I'm still figuring out all of these hoses. The inlet hose the the one that needs to be clamped when towing? The one with the red tape?
    correct!!

    allthough i have towed mine a few times and never clamped it, never had an issue with water filling into the waterbox and backwards into the engine like your trying to prevent by using a clamp, most will run a on off shutoff valve inline near the strainer as well

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    I put a strainer along the left side and it is not to bad to get to, I also put in a PVC shut off valve,
    Some fellow members use the one from the performance parts store, I have attached a picture of that one,
    good luck,
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