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    Thanks Ed. I was looking at the 12" x 40 plate vs the stock which I think is around 7" x 30 plate. Just not sure what issues it may cause. Or if it will cool a 5 gallon.

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    The rule of thumb, Josh, is that additional plate count increases the BTUs per unit time you can sink away. Additional length increases how cold you can make the chilled fluid.


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    I still have 6 cans of the old industrial R12a if you're interested, I'd sell em cheap. I started running R134 when I was having leaking issues, that's the only downside to R12, if you have a small leak it gets worthless fast. A word of advice, only use Motorcraft compressors. Everything else will go out, took me a few tries to get to that conclusion. The last time I put in a Denso it was leaking after 30 minutes runtime. (yes I know the drill, drain, measure, put back, make sure it isn't locked up). Let me know how it works out, I stuck with what KC offered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GodStang View Post
    Thanks Ed. I was looking at the 12" x 40 plate vs the stock which I think is around 7" x 30 plate. Just not sure what issues it may cause. Or if it will cool a 5 gallon.
    So...3 years later, what’s the end result?


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    Quote Originally Posted by G8rduc View Post
    So...3 years later, what’s the end result?

    Modded I/C (Larger tubes), 1" fittings and lines in the entire system, GT500 H/E and trunk mount with EMP pump,

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