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  1. Mike
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    Here is the under floor heat exchanger that we produce, This style has been around for quite some time and we have made a huge amount of them,
    What makes ours so good is the material we use.(we have used this tube for the last 3+years) It is not the usual plumbing copper that is quite light in the walls this is commercial grade heavy wall copper tube (note how we can machine the grooves in the tube to stop the hoses coming off.).
    We can custom make these to suit almost any application. The one shown is for an LS engine and will support 500hp, fully pressure tested and Come with our Guarantee

    $650+GST ($680+ with hoses)

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  2. Tonz
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    What length are you talking for these? Posibly to suit 308 350?

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  3. Mike
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    Total length for 350 is 1400mm :-)

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  4. Tonz
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    Cheers :D

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    For those that want a motor mounted full salt water spec heat exchanger we also supply Savage heat exchangers which can also be custom made to suit any application :-)

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  6. tuidorg
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    i have one of mikes copper ones and has been in salt for 2 years now, removed it a few weeks ago for maintenance and it was untarnished from salt corrosion. thumbs up

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