Hellcat cooling

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    I'm still looking for more on the second cooling circuit for the supercharged air but thought I'd share this video.
     
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    ray I was watching that right after I posted this thread, good stuff.
     
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    Thanks for the video and interesting article. Just gets me more pumped up to get a Hellcat!
     
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    [/QUOTE]I'm still looking for more on the second cooling circuit for the supercharged air but thought I'd share this video.[/QUOTE]

    From what I've read and feel free to correct me is the low temp cooling for the supercharged air has a PCM controlled electric pump to keep the temp at 40c with a separate coolant tank on the right side in the engine compartment and a cooler up front. The cooler for this is the very front one ahead of the radiator. Wonder what would happen if I sprayed that cooler with ice water in the staging lanes?
     
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    So the oil cooler is on the pax side. So, am I to guess the supercharger intercooler is on the driver side?

    The video shows only part of the tale, methinks.
     
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    No it's the first one to get air in the center stack. Left side is trans cooler
     
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    Center intercooler is for the supercharger... avg btw,, that looks like my car.lol
     
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    To be crystal-Left side=Trans cooler, Right side=Engine oil cooler, Center from fans to front=Radiator, Condenser, Supercharger Cooler. And please this is all from sitting in LF seat like all car info NOT looking at it from the front!
     
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    from FSM:

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    The Low Temperature Radiator (LTR) cooling system is a closed secondary system that regulates charge air cooler operating temperature.
    • The system must be vacuum filled.
    • The LTR system has a 18 psi reservoir cap, the engine cooling system has a 21 psi reservoir cap.
    • The LTR system uses a 250 watt electric coolant pump.
    the main LTR is located between the AC condenser and the HTR (high temp rad).
    the auxiliary LTR is located behind the fascia where the left fog lamp would be.
    the charge air cooler coolant pump is located just above the auxiliary LTR.
    the engine oil cooler is located behind the fascia where the right fog lamp would be.

    btw, trans cooler is part of main LTR.
     
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    That's great info! I really wish the FSM was available for purchase in electronic format!
     
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    Can't argue with this
     

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