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    M52 e30 trackday cooling options

    Alright guys so let me start out with this, This is my first e30 and my first post. So Iím a bit new to it all here.

    Basically in short, Iím wondering what kind of cooling systems some of you guys that track your cars are running. Iíve read that the z3m (s54) radiators are drop in, which would be preferable. Iím curious though if an e36 mishimoto would also fit?

    My car is an M52B28/M50 intake, 91 318is. There isnít a lot of room up front between the radiator and the motor and Iím fairly certain itís just the little old e30 radiator thatís still in the car paired with a 180į Tstat.

    What Iím going to try is an aluminum 3 core mishimoto fit for an e36, with an old ford torus sho fan in front.

    Any objections or better ideas? Would love to hear what the boys are running.

    Also I apologize in advance if this is in the wrong place.

    #2
    The tried and true method for many, and what I run in Lola, is a Spal puller on the back of your aluminum (E30) radiator of choice.
    Originally posted by kronus
    would be in depending on tip slant and tube size

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      #3
      Originally posted by agent View Post
      The tried and true method for many, and what I run in Lola, is a Spal puller on the back of your aluminum (E30) radiator of choice.
      Hmm.. I donít think thats going to be enough for me. With the original e30 radiator and 180 tstat itís hardly enough to keep cool on its own everyday use. Especially After a few hot laps on the skid pad it got pretty hot. Day to day it works fine. Sometimes Iíll have to turn my heat on to pull heat away from the motor if driving for awhile then suddenly sitting in traffic.

      Maybe a better fan might do the trick. Iím unsure what cfm my little one is pushing.

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        #4
        I have e39 fan and it's enough to cool the car even on hot days at track use. Also drifting. It just needs 50amp fuse to work because it's beefy one. And because of that new bigger wiring.

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