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I guess you can call it that,lol. Anyways, i'm getting ready to install the intercooler for my turbo setup and the stock fox "cooler" line will need to be relocated.

Just how usefull is this thing for a street car that see's very little street time throughout the year anyways? Was thinking of just getting rid of it and go straight to the rack from the pump. Thought this section would have some insight on it. Thanks
 

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By removing the cooler you are going to create a system with no method to dissipate heat. This could produce steadily increasing fluid temps from turn to turn. The stock cooler, even though it is rather simple, does give a basic method of heat dissipation from turn to turn for a normal street application.

I would say you need to have some sort of a cooler or you will risk overheating the fluid.
 

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i got my power steering cooler from a caddy escalade, about 4.5" by 14" or so. it can take the place of the long pre-bent line that runs up the driver side of the rad support.
 
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