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post #1 of 16 Old 03-20-2011, 05:26 PM Thread Starter
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FPHE ??

How many plate FPHE do I need for my truck? and do I need to add a coolant pump to my system with the FPHE?

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In NY I would go with 30 and up since you see cold azz winters. Coolant pump I have no idea about.

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coolant pump is not required but is advised. i would do one...

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the biggest you can fit in the location you chose Some say FPHEs are not required and some will not run without one. some kits run many miles with a tiny heat exchanger and work fine. The 7.3 is an amazing setup in so many ways! The colder it is around you the bigger I would make fit.

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Thanks guys

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If you are in the market for one check out omarsales.com. I just bought my replacement from him and he is very fast and a good guy to deal with. Oh and what he says is actually what shows up in the box! Not like the mess I got into with another vendor and the reason why I have that goofy tinker toy setup under my truck right now...

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The more heat the better. I would go with the coolant pump & get at least a 20 plate FPHE. Insulating your VO lines helps alot as well.

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I have a 30 plate on the way, Dudadiesel had a good $$$. Do I put the coolant pump on the supply to the VO system or return?
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I've got my coolant pump mounted next to my fuel tank, on the return side of my coolant loop. I did this so that I don't risk a melt down.
I think it was Clay who mounted his in the engine bay as the first component on his supply line. So it saw maximum heat and caused it to fail. If I remember Correctly.

I didn't want mine to melt like his so I put it under the bed in line after my HotFox. I don't yet have my system up and running so I can't report the results from having it in this location yet.

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I got my Mercedes circ pump from parts geek. it must be meant to be an oem replacement so it had no plug connection for power does anyone know were to get the plug from?

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