UPGRADED HEAT EXCHANGER - ALFA ROMEO QV (2.9L) & STELVIO 2.0L
Introducing the all new EUROCOMPULSION UPGRADED HEAT EXCHANGER for the ALFA ROMEO 2.9L QV engine and the Stelvio 2.0L.
Our heat exchanger core features a durable construction and 246ci core volume, more than 100% larger than the factory system's 107ci core volume. This unit also features expanded end tanks and easy access to drainage.
This core unit is a direct replacement for the factory heat exchanger.
DESIGNED FOR EXTREME APPLICATIONS
This upgrade will provide cooler post intercooler temperatures, and take heat off the coolant pump (no pun intended) by helping to lower coolant temperatures in the intercooler. Helpful for stock vehicles, and even more so for tuned vehicles pushing more boost.
UPGRADED HEAT EXCHANGER - ALFA ROMEO 2.9L and STELVIO 2.0L
- Direct Replacement
- 130% more Core Volume (246ci vs 107ci)
- Lower Post Intercooler Temperatures
- Lower Coolant Temperatures in Intercooler
- Great for Stock Vehicles or Tuned Vehicles
The heat exchanger upgrade works directly to add more cooling power to your system, allowing for cooler temperatures at the intercooler, and thus lower air temperature in the manifold.
Pictured: Alfa Romeo Stelvio 2.0L LT System.
The factory intercooler system (known as the LT Cooling System) uses the main radiator for the LT system and the additional radiator (R2) for the LT system. at the front of the car and in the cheek/bumper to cool the coolant running to the intercooler system, which is a liquid to air intercooler. The intercooler takes in charge air from the turbo, and uses the internal coolant from the LT Coolant System to cool the charge air before entering into the manifold. Our upgraded heat exchanger (Replaces R2) more than doubles the available core volume of the additional radiator (R2), thus increasing the cooling capabilities on the circulating coolant in the LT Coolant System. This coolant is then delivered to the intercooler system colder than it was before. This contributes greatly to the capability of the intercooler to more effectively cool the charge air, resulting in lower temperatures (and better power, while supporting more tuning changes).