Where these setups look to fall down to me is not the core, which is very clever, but the slotted housing you use with them? The 15mm slot is not a nice entrance, less than ideal shape and compromised x-sectional area?
I have only seen 2 tests with completely opposite results, so for now i'm waiting to be convinced...especially as it's a fair investment to go down this path.
true, it's a fair investment
but its the same with most good W2A IC
Whipple do have there own type, but they use a copper radiator core in there 1, then you have Superchiller IC an a couple of others out there, but the cost is about the same, from $1700 up.
A2A is cheap an will do a good job in 80% of cases if you have the room to fit a good size IC up front an dont mind cutting ur front bar up to fit it.
slot opening does seem small, im looking at 18 to 20 mm with this IC
im looking at putting this together for less then or about $1K
4 x cores, orings, lock waskers and plugs w spares
block of alloy an machine work is the expensive part off it
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