thanks dudeThose systems were cool, literally! I remember working on an older Merc not knowing what a component was until I leaned against something cold in the engine bay. It was immediately clear it was a fuel cooler, cooled by the A/C evaporator suction line, in between the evaporator heading to the compressor. This way it didn't really affect climate control in the interior of the car, but it used the left over still cool refrigerant to absorb some heat from the fuel!
I can't imaging that method of fuel cooling was any good for fuel mileage, mind you it was probably really good for controlling evaporative emissions!
i have nothing to lose x)
well maybe an engine ... but why not
well am not very happy with they way it look , but its a good start
as for the cooler i tried alot of units but nothing fits well
am not also very happy with it
so am planning that after finishing everything and after testing the car for a few weeks , i remove the intake and get it to one of those radiator fabrication shops for a proper redo with some custom made cooler
yeah it always fun exploring old German cars there is always something interesting