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  1. nightstalker865

    nightstalker865 New Member Established Member

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    where do I order the XMS Heat Exchanger what is there wed site.
     
  2. Juiced46

    Juiced46 I love being Blown Established Member

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    lucafu1 New Member Established Member

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    extreme! 20 minute install.
     
  4. freight hauler

    freight hauler Keep It Simple Stupid Established Member

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    Any pictures of the HE on the car :pop:
     
  5. freight hauler

    freight hauler Keep It Simple Stupid Established Member

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    Anyone have a picture of the Fluidyne HE on their car. Would love to see the front end with those infamous words :banana:
     
  6. CobraBob

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    Gords would be my choice!
     
  7. nightstalker865

    nightstalker865 New Member Established Member

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    how is the build quality on the extreme
     
  8. 1 bad bullitt

    1 bad bullitt Do'in it in the dirt Established Member

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    Great, they are actually made by Ron Davis Racing Radiators. They make custom radiators for Nascar and other pro racing teams. Good stuff. Love the Fact the the extreme has its own bracets built in, nothing looks as bad as a new heat exhcahnger and having to use the stock HE mounting brackets.

    I have the unit with the dual fans. The wiring harnness and instructions are complete and thourough. And the fans really work well. I hae ran my car hard as hell, opened the intorcooler reservoir and the coolant was at room temp, I am really impressed with the efficiency of these HE's
     
  9. vetkilr

    vetkilr When 600rwhp isnt enough. Established Member

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    For the money the XMS with fans seems to be the best IMO.

    Might have to get one. I guess we need 10 people so he will order more???
     
  10. xtremejc

    xtremejc Boost Addict Established Member

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    I have the GORDS unit and highly recomend it but the XMS would also be a good choice.
     
  11. Mark@LFP

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    The LFP EXtreme performance heat exchanger is not smaller than the extreme.
    Our's is actually larger, within less than an inch of the Gords.
    29.75" long x 6" tall x 2.75" thick. Core supports & tanks are polished aluminum. Fills bumper opening 100%. Comes complete with new mounting hardware. LFP 30 min. install. LFP offers free stenciling ie: terminator or COBRA, SVT script or the Snake logo. We offer them to SVTP for $299.00.
    Plenty in stock. We ship daily.
     
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    brasil Mordida Venenosa Established Member

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    Mark, you always manage to be the most competitve!! That is the ways to do business!
     
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    Tat03Cobra New Member Established Member

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    MArk, do you hve any pictures with the logos?

    peace
     
  14. 71stang99

    71stang99 New Member Established Member

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    Gords Unit

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    Gords Unit On Car

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  15. Mark@LFP

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    When I get in Monday I'll take a pic or two. Our's will fill the whole void in bumper from end to end. The EXT. & Fluidyne will not. Our tanks and core supports are polished so the piece shows very nicely.
     
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    I can verify what mark said...it fills the entire opening and more....it's a great unit at a great price :thumbsup:
     
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    Tat03Cobra New Member Established Member

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    looking forward to seeing those pictures.
    That Gord's looks pretty darn awesome too though!

    peace
     
  18. redfire004

    redfire004 New Member Established Member

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    Lfp

    i bought the LFP extreme from jesse, a couple days ago, i got it today ,it looks great i will install it tomorrow.I was impessed with the fact that i got i phone call from them telling me that it might be a little late and they knew i needed it for the weekend,,and i still got it on time,,thanks.
     
  19. Richo

    Richo "Ford Parts Whore" Established Member

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    Here are some pictures of the LFP...

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    lucafu1 New Member Established Member

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    It looks exactly the same size as my Extreme H/E. Mine doesnt show any brackets though.
     

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