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Unread 08-19-2003, 07:20 PM   #1
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That's fine.

You ought to consider using small pipes, like LeeJSmith used in his block, to allow the coolant to clear out of the dimples. He's done some excellent work.
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If the cups cover the core the fins are pointless...
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TRUESPACE?!

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The fins would add performance if he were using a peltier, they would also be a good idea in case he decides to go TEC later.
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A pelt would not work unless it was a 20X20 pelt, and they don't make those powerful enough and that small. The cooling area of the proposed block is roughly 3X's core size.
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Even then it still does not seem like it would make a good pelt block.
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