Originally Posted by JustAPainInTheAss
Right, well I know it's going to be a pain to do. And i know it's going to be a bit expensive. But even still. I have a few questions I'm not sure about.
1. would i get a lot of corrosion? if so is there a way to prevent it.
2. Would I still get enough flow through the parts to keep them cool? ( i guess depending on tube size?
Thats all i can think of right now. But there are probably more.
Sorry about being so vague earlier
Edit: This will be for LOOKS sso as I do want to keep my parts cool. It doesn't have to work better, just around the same as with rubber or plastic pipes
That might look nice, just clear coat after you install them...Have some nipples to connect to tubing so you would have a little flex in it to mount your WB's..They shouldn't sweat since your not going below ambient temp's..Just put a little anti-corrisive fluid in your loop, it shouldn't be corrosive anyway unless you have aluminum or the like in your loop...I wouldn't do it in less you are a pretty good at sweat soldering..PS Try not to have a lot of 90 degrees in it would hurt flow..Mabe use 1/2 tube...