They are in series, so entering passenger side with a piece going across the bumper beam back into the driver cooler and back into the sandwich plate.
I'm mainly tracking my 10speed 18.
I 've been the first installing coolers and other thing to keep her cool.
It is hard.
Especially if your pace is becoming faster.
So first thing. Oil cooler. I went with mishimoto. And now i have no thermostat.
If you have a 10speed you will need a bigger cooler than OEM ( i had to swpa the trammy after 7k miles cause overheating and seared the clutches. )
Brake ducts home made (buying inlet on amazon and classic orange silicone hoses. With back plate of @specfab ,sal molinare.
Diff cooler going up this week but auto with pp1mhas less heat issue than manual.
Also a bihher RADIATOR WILL HO IN this week.
Unfortunately the 2 big coolers in the front are now overheating the coolant and the head temp.
I also have hood vents however i didn't see amy dropped.
Hope this help
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The center hood is just behind the radiator. The first fin is over the water reservoir cup.Your center hood vent is a long way back, did they tell you to mount it that far back? The Race Louvers one has to be installed 2" behind the back of the rad for maximum air extraction. Having it as far back as yours is allows hot air to get further into the engine room. You want the air exiting the rad to immediately go up and out. My peak temp on the longest straight dropped from 247 to 218 by installing it where they said it had to be.
I don't understand how anybody who designs a hood doesn't get this right. I understand not wanting waster constantly cascading off the windshield and down the front of the firewall. But what's so hard about a few molded 10mm nipples for attaching some dangling rubber tubing off a "tray" like mold under the wiper area? Then you could run a nice 1/2" gap between the back edge of the hood and the aformentioned "tray" for air to be drawn off. What idiot thought sealing the top of an engine bay was a useful goal?You want to locate extraction vents in a region of low pressure (outside the hood) so that the hot air will actually escape.
Apperently the fins of trackspec dont need any "wall in the front because they already act like a pressure reducer (they are longer then others) although i was thinking to create a "firewall in the front of the vent to increase the extraction.You want to locate extraction vents in a region of low pressure (outside the hood) so that the hot air will actually escape. I have no idea what the S550's aerodynamic profile looks like, but most hood extraction vents that work are located closer to the front of the hood.
High (outside) pressure regions have been used to help air intake to the engine (cowl induction schemes and reverse-facing hood scoops). Exactly wrong for trying to dump heat, though.