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    Side by Side 12 P-X IC next to a Fizzle HE.

    Ok, Everyone here it is. I have here a 12p-x OEM IC next to a Fizzle HE. Really not much to say I think you can see from the pics, BUT I will say this wright off the bat. I am a little sceptical that is will give any increase as they are exactly the same. Actually the OEM IC doesn't have all the little flaws in it like the fizzle. Casting flaws. I looked at everything and the only thing I see is that the OEM has different in and out water fitting and is on the back versus the front. Also note I placed one on top of each other and took a picture, then vise versa. So you can see the cores are the same size. If anyone can PM me or post there true results I would be very interested, because I hope I am not wasting my time.
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    So is it more efficent??? Sure looks the same to me other than the water inlet/outlet locations....Problem is I cant run one even if it was more efficent.....

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    Seems to me Fizzle's air inlet/exit to the core are centered which to me would lend itself to a more even flow across the entire core.

    No?

    The oem core looks to have a square cross section where Fizzle's is rectangular....and maybe a tad bit longer.

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    When airflow crosses the OEM, its as close to evenly dispersed over the core as possible, resulting in an even temperature exchange across the core...In the other, a great deal of volume is concentrated in the rear, due to the 90 degree angle. This will cause a temperature exchange that is not even...

    But still a good core, good IC...

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    I noticed a 200rpm decrease when i tried the fizzle on my 2008 rxpx compared with the riva or standard cooler!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NOONZ View Post
    I noticed a 200rpm decrease when i tried the fizzle on my 2008 rxpx compared with the riva or standard cooler!
    The high efficiency version? I would have to say I am highly skeptical if that is the case...

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    The fizz ic is far better than the OEM crap ...

    It's the old Pirahana ic which is in my RXP for 5 years of salt use and no problems....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLASHER View Post
    The fizz ic is far better than the OEM crap ...

    It's the old Pirahana ic which is in my RXP for 5 years of salt use and no problems....
    I know everything you state is true, but how is the performane against the two 12IC and HE, as they (Cores) are identical.
    I want the 150-200 RPM claims over stock.

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    I love my Fizzle HE IC, over 300rpm over the 215 mani cooler but never compared with an OEM cooler.

    Been installed for about a year now and its performing great. Dont get any heat soak even with high water temps.

    OEM coolers are very prone to leaking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    I know everything you state is true, but how is the performane against the two 12IC and HE, as they (Cores) are identical.
    I want the 150-200 RPM claims over stock.
    If we got the 1 mph that all the after markets bolt ons state , we be doing 100mph + .... Lol

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