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Old 02-22-2013, 06:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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0TTP Heat Exchanger

I have been looking to get a heat exchanger to install on the RL while its parked for winter, and have been looking at the ones from ZZP and 0TTP. The measurements seem to be about the same, but I have seen where some people have commeneted that the ZZP heat exchanger sit kind of low where you have to be carful with it. Even though the 0TTP isn't RL specific, it does to look to have a better quality core. Is anyone here using the latest HE from 0TTP? If so, how is it holding up? Also, can you post pics with it installed? I'd like to see how it fits installed

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All i know of is the Cobra, Griffen, and ZZP. Ive had the zzp s3 h/e for about 3 yrs or so. Theres a cobalt and redline zzp mine sits flush doesnt scrap or anything. I run 50/50 for fall/winter and 100% distilled water and water wetter for spring/summer.
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If you can afford it, I'd go Griffin in a heartbeat. Zzp s3 is probably next in line
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I am currently using an 0ttp h/e and I will be removing it. It has the drain nozzle that hang below almost every part of the car. I think stock is better. I had a ZZP but i broke it and I am sad I did. It didn't hang nearly as low and did a good job cooling.
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You're not running both in series?
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I am running it in series, I feel it is more of an air dam than actual cooling mod

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If not mounted correctly, yes I agree. We need a small thick one that fits up to the bumper opening. Bigger isn't always better.

I run a single pass on the stock H/E; my temps are as good as anyone's.
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ZZP S3 is probably the best Front Mount Heat Exchanger but I wouldn't forget about the CX Racing Dual Pass HE.

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I am currently using an 0ttp h/e and I will be removing it. It has the drain nozzle that hang below almost every part of the car. I think stock is better. I had a ZZP but i broke it and I am sad I did. It didn't hang nearly as low and did a good job cooling.
Is there any difference between the cores on each HE you noticed? Have you logged the 0TTP and ZZP when you had it installed to confirm differences?

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I always thought that the 0TTP heat exchanger, was just a CX Racing HE. That is unless they have started using a different manufacturer
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I can't confirm that stock is possibly better but I do know that with the zzp my iat typically sat around 10 degrees above ambient if the ambient was less than 80 degrees. 0ttp was is around 15-20. The zzp looks more professional and looks like it performs better (hard to explain).
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