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Old 11-03-2016, 11:48 AM   #21
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Would anyone happen to know what way the Mercedes motor rotates?
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Old 11-06-2016, 08:20 PM   #22
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Looks like clockwise...

http://www.peachparts.com/shopforum/...n-c32-amg.html
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Old 11-08-2016, 03:52 AM   #23
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Another cooling option

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As for future modifications to it, there are various companies that offer porting services. Porting will offer something like a 10% gain and drop charge temperatures. And intercoolers and blow off valves are cool fun parts so that's a plus.
My project has been on the back-burner for a few years now due to priorities. I've acquired a brand new JRSC kit off e-bay a few years back from some young guy who had to give it up from having a newborn on the way. In the future i'm hoping to twin charge my cb7 but the JRSC for the prelude never had an intercooler option like some other kits.... however there is the lhtperformance intercooler. I remember reading a old magazine article where they tested the new JRSC kit for a Integra GS-R. Each time they ran the 1/4 mile...the E/T's got worse due to heat soak. The H22a generates enough heat as is so I can only imagine what that Benz supercharger would roasting partially over the header.

I noticed in one of the pictures what looks to be coolant lines running to the back of the block and thought possibly they are running a FMHE of some sort to cool down the engine.

If you are looking to drop intake temperatures, you may want to look into LHTperformance.net They can modify your H22a OEM intake manifold to adapt a FMHE (Front mount heat exchanger) Kinda looks like a bigass oil cooler but runs coolant through your manifold to knock temperatures down. They do custom fab work so i'm pretty sure if you wanted to run say a Skunk2 manifold etc. they can do it for a price.







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Old 01-08-2017, 05:26 PM   #24
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Oh, god, if only the H22 had a more-out-of-the-way rear mount setup, all the insane K options would be more doable for us

http://mercracing.net/products-page/...rger-manifold/

Air-to-air intercooler manifold. Even with ESP's low-profile bracket, that's not fitting back there.

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