So if you dont mind, let me make sure that I understood everything..This is what I did. Your picture you attached, this smaller hose barb off the intake is part of a T that directs coolant to IAC and FITV components, as well as the main hose that leads to the heater core:
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This is warm pressurized outward flow, so that fitting will send coolant towards your turbo.
I ran a line from here to the fitting on the turbo that was the LOWEST coolant fitting. Because this water will be warm, convection tends to have this water flow towards a cooler source, and because heat rises, it makes sense to have the lower turbo fitting be the fitting that is the INLET to receive warm coolant.
The HIGHEST turbo coolant fitting should RETURN coolant back to the engine towards a cold source, and one which also is a DRAW towards the water pump, such as the lower rad hose using a fitting that Slo provided, or simply the nipple on the water pump supply pipe at the back of the engine:
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Once you know where the hoses will attach, routing direction and path will be your own choice:
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Pretty muchSo if you dont mind, let me make sure that I understood everything..
For the feed, I could use essentially 'T' that small hose which has pressurised warm coolant and run one side of the 'T' to the lowest port of the turbo.
For the drain, I could just put a huge 'T' on the lower radiator hose which has the required size from the turbo drain fitting.
Does that sum up what you explained? And by that I wouldn't be messing with ths IACV coolant supply aswell(not that it needs it, but still)
Also this is slightly off topic but 440cc injectors and a 255 fuel pump would be enough for 200hp right?
If there is no slope between the in/out ports, that's OK. Continue with plumbing as you mention, IACV outlet feeding turbo, then return to bottom rad hose.@drtalon123 I have clocked the turbo and got all my parts in today. With the turbo clocked, the turbo inlet and outlet are both horizontal so there isnt any low point or high point. Does it matter how i hook it up if this is the case?
And also I just want to double check before I cut into any piping...
So ill feed the turbo through the the IACV and outlet into the bottom radiator hose. Does it matter where I put it on the radiator hose?