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    Turbo exhaust housing waterjacket

    Hi.. I just do a waterjacket for a exhaust housing turbo...I would like different opinions about this...

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    Pics?

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    here is a pic... i,m not a professional welding...
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    I like it. Is it a stainless jacket welded to the casting?

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    Yes it is.. i know donīt look nice. Itīs a prototipe and i did the weld....I was testing and in pricipe work perfect but i didnīt can test for too much time because i had a problem with a cooler tube.

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    That would keep the hull from getting so damn hot......other than the heat, u just can't beat a turbo for boost (just ride 1 and see)

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by JESUSSEADOO View Post
    here is a pic... i,m not a professional welding...
    You got me a lil worried bro,,,,no lie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JESUSSEADOO View Post
    Hi.. I just do a waterjacket for a exhaust housing turbo...I would like different opinions about this...

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    The housing has to remain hot. Hot air is much more lighter and faster!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostRxp View Post
    The housing has to remain hot. Hot air is much more lighter and faster!!!
    +1 cooling the turbo snail will effect spool times and cause lag which is all ready an issue with any turbo setup. Your better off heat wraping it. This ski is for CC right? So your running maybe 12min + 1 lap? I would just heat wrap her up put some heat sheild on the hull where it gets close and run it. It will save a sh!t load of wieght and save a load of hassel too. R88

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    I don't think a liquid-cooled turbine is going to affect the spool times at all. The exhaust gas spends about 2 nanoseconds in the snail and heat transfer takes time + surface area, neither of which are abundant in the volute.

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