Tricked Out What?

Skyliner70cc

Member
Mar 8, 2008
138
0
16
That's very neat. What's the flow rate on the water pump? Perhaps, it can be used for our engines. Poor man's 2 stroke cooling would consist of small diameter copper tubing wrapped around the head (in the fins?) routed to small radiator.
 

Pablo

Master Bike Builder & Forum Sponsor
Dec 28, 2007
3,664
5
38
Duvall, WA PNW
www.sickbikeparts.com
Very NICE - interesting thing is, I think I've seen your site before - pre- motorbicycling.com - I think someone linked it on BITOG or some other site.

Anyhow - those coolant line are large! You could use the waste heat for warming the house in the winter or power generation. (^):D
 

MrLarkins

HS Math Teacher
Jun 17, 2008
487
0
0
45
Arkansas
Skyliner70cc said:
That's very neat. What's the flow rate on the water pump? Perhaps, it can be used for our engines. Poor man's 2 stroke cooling would consist of small diameter copper tubing wrapped around the head (in the fins?) routed to small radiator.
stock was 13ft of head pressure, but of course I changed the stock head to a custom made durlan top. with the custom top, I get 18.91 feet (246.6 Gallons per Hour)
 

roman415

New Member
May 15, 2008
11
0
0
Looks great, man! I may be blind but I couldn't see any current specs?

Your system puts mine to shame, but I'm running a Intel dual core 2.3 ghz, overclocked to 3.4 ghz. stable. 4gigs ram
Air cooled, 7 fans and a big ol heat sink (the thing is a monster) keeps it at 40 deg idling. High 40's at 100% load. Haven't really seen it over 50 degrees once (temps are taken with coretemp).
Uptime is over 2 months (no reboots), and I run Boinc (boinc.berkeley.edu) around the clock, so cpu stays at high load.

I would love to do water cooling like you did, but think i should focus on 1 project at a time (my bike at the moment) :-D

Ok, im done geeking-out now.
 

MrLarkins

HS Math Teacher
Jun 17, 2008
487
0
0
45
Arkansas
it was in my signature at the other site:

Motherboard = ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe
CPU = AMD 64 X2 4400+ @2.6Ghz
RAM = 2GB Corsair XMS PC3500
Graphics = eVGA nVidia 7900GT KO @ 588/882Mhz
Hard Drives = 2 x 250GB SATA3 RAID 0
Display = 22" Widescreen LCD 1680x1050 5ms
Mouse = Logitech G7
Water Cooled
Radiator = Black ICE Pro II
CPU Waterblock = D-TEK Fuzion
Reservoir = XSPC 5.25" Bay
VGA Waterblock = Swiftech MCW60
Pump = Swiftech MCP-350
Tubing = Tygon Silver 1/2" ID