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Help 1977 1978 Mercury Grand Marquis Heater Core mod

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Hi All,

I finally got tired of air cooling.I got Mercury Grand Marquis Heater Core,need
some help with hardware fitting need it to be 1/2 barbs for 7/16 id 5/8 od tubing.also on side note does it make a difference what side i use inlet and outlet are the same size..
spec's of core

MEASURES: 9-7/8" X 6-1/8" X 2"
INLET: 5/8"
OUTLET: 5/8"

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inlet/outlet shouldn't matter. You need to make sure the barbs will go on and use some solder or weld it. The easiest thing to do will google how to solder copper pipe. It is basically what you want to do.
    
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I would help but I am extremely interested to know how you have your CPU (in your sig) running at over 3000GHz. Is there a supernova in your PC case or something?
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IMHO the typical radiators are more standardized which makes them easier to mount and such, but this is the heart and soul of modding so good luck! (and make sure to put some good fans around that thing!)
    
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I would help but I am extremely interested to know how you have your CPU (in your sig) running at over 3000GHz. Is there a supernova in your PC case or something?
I hear you about my sig,but i making this custom loop future proof for Bulldozer and Amd hd7000. Biggest issue are heat crashes from my aged HIS HD 5770 V2.
    
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IMHO the typical radiators are more standardized which makes them easier to mount and such, but this is the heart and soul of modding so good luck! (and make sure to put some good fans around that thing!)
I was thinking on XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 CPU watercooling kit,but didn't want to add another rad down the road.I couldn't go wrong with these heatcore $26 on amazon + fitting and paint should under be 40.not to mention driven my wife insane with another pc mod added bonus.
    
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