Heat Exchanger?

Anyone who has their truck......Is there something in the lower grill( the one in the bumper) ?...Want to add a light bar
 
Hope this helps
" To cool the intake air and maximize its density, a 250-watt (1/3-horsepower) thermostatically controlled electric pump moves 45 liters of coolant per minute through the two heat exchangers (intercoolers) built into the flanks of the supercharger and the two radiators positioned at the front of the car."
This is for a hellcat btw. The setup I imagine will be similar on the TRX.
 
Hope this helps
" To cool the intake air and maximize its density, a 250-watt (1/3-horsepower) thermostatically controlled electric pump moves 45 liters of coolant per minute through the two heat exchangers (intercoolers) built into the flanks of the supercharger and the two radiators positioned at the front of the car."
This is for a hellcat btw. The setup I imagine will be similar on the TRX.
Yes sir..... just trying to figure out is there is anything in the lower bumper that we don't want to block hahaha....
 
Anyone with a truck yet?

Heat exchanger in the bumper?
 
Yes sir..... just trying to figure out is there is anything in the lower bumper that we don't want to block hahaha....
Did you ever get any more info on this?
 
The engine oil cooler is located behind the front bumper. I personally wouldn't want to block any airflow to that cooler.
 

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