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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Heat exchanger with H20 and water wetter. in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; I put some in mind but can't really tell if it has done anything for me or not. I did ...
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    Re: Heat exchanger with H20 and water wetter.

    I put some in mind but can't really tell if it has done anything for me or not. I did put water wetter in my motorcycle and it runs about 10 degrees cooler. I still put antifreeze in the system because it lubricates the water pump. I believe you could run about 80/20 and still lubricate the system.

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    Re: Heat exchanger with H20 and water wetter.

    Quote Originally Posted by larry arizona View Post
    Easy to drain stock IC system (a little messy), just pull hose off IC pump and run the car for a few seconds. I also have a W4M IC too. Fan programming will help your stock IC from getting more airflow at low speeds but a 160Tstat won't do anything for the IC loop. Also a heads up, consider a catch can system for the PCV system, the blow by under boost on the LSA likes to foul up the IC exchanger inside the Super Charger case. I picked up a moroso catch can and its a nice easy install and keeps oil out of the supercharger area. An oil coated IC exchanger kills efficiency.
    i run a custom intake pipe without pcv line running into it but i still find some fuel/oil mist right behind the throttle body and on the bypass blade of the tvs2300,, any idea where oil is coming from?

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