13/14 GT500 Heat Exchanger

Discussion in 'Mustang Parts For Sale' started by groundpounder, Mar 14, 2018.

  1. groundpounder

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    I had bought this in anticipation of doing a DOB GT450 kit. In very good condition. Saw less than 1000 miles before it was pulled. Have been on the fence as to selling it, but finances have forced me to sell. Will be shipped USPS Priority Mail, should be to you in 2-3 days. $400. Prefer PayPal as Gift.
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  2. Marble

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    As soon as I find out how much my motor is going to cost to fix I'll hit you up.

    I have the stock HE from my KB kit and it's tiny.
     
  3. groundpounder

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    Down to $375. Need this gone to get cash for move and don't want to lug this to the new city.
     
  4. groundpounder

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    Bump. Would rather sell than take with me when I move.
     
  5. Pentalab

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    That's a bargain at that price. A new one is priced beyond sky high. I don't require it. Baffles me why it doesn't sell.
    Perhaps you should also list the hwd dimensions. And / or show the pix again, but with tape measures running left/right..and also up/down. Put a 2nd pix, from above, with your hand in the pix, holding front /back of the top of the core....showing the core thickness... which I believe is massive on the 13/14 HE, like 3.125" if I remember correctly.
     
  6. mrt2you

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    you could email DOB to see if he is interested in buying.
    he buys a LOT of heat exchangers for his kits.
     
  7. Gabe

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    Where are you located?

    I've seen these in price all over the place. NEW they're stupid, barely used I've seen even lower than $300. Insane.
    Anyway, I might be interested in it for the wife's '08 GT500.
    PM me if you want, if you're close to NH maybe we can meet up.
     
  8. Pentalab

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    The 13/14 HE would be the bomb on your wife's '08 GT-500. Then install the mating 13/14 GT-500 IC pump. It uses the same 14 vdc wiring as the oem Bosch pump. Same fuse position, and same fuse rating. Double the gpm. That would keep the IAT's in check
     
  9. Gabe

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    Yes. I've been keeping an eye out for these '13/'14 HE's ... the pump will come eventually, kinda wish we upgraded last year when I replaced her original pump that started crapping out.
    Ideally I want her car to have the '13/'14 HE , '13/'14 intercooler, and the '13/'14 pump, and the bigger Roush-style coolant tank. But gotta start somewhere.
     
  10. groundpounder

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    I'm in Las Vegas and moving to Phoenix. The problem with selling these is shipping. Everybody wants a minimum of $75 to ship. USPS priority mail at least gets it there in 2 to 3 days. I paid $325 for it when I got it locally. I'm just trying not to lose to much on the sale.
     
  11. mrt2you

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    if you sell to DOB he will send you a pre-paid shipping label for it. all you would have to do is package it and then drop it of at UPS.


    i don't want to sound like DOB poster boy. although my friend and i have purchased 8 DOB intake manifolds from him over the years.
     
  12. Pentalab

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    Per Jason at DOB, the 13/14 GT-500 intercooler doesn't work one bit better than the IC you have in there now. Ford went to a different supplier for the IC for the 13/14 GT-500's.... and the price tag on the 13/14 IC is nuts vs the 07-12 version, like you now have. The IC isn't the issue, its the HE. Once the bigger HE gets installed, then do the pump upgrade. Then u will have plenty of cooler water to pump through your oem IC.

    I have the Roush De-gas bottle, it matches the oem eng rad overflow tank. The Roush de-gas is huge, holds at least 1 gallon. With my meager M90 setup, I estimated that I have aprx 2+ gals in the loop, including de-gas and at 4 gpm, it takes 30 seconds for the coolant to circulate just once. ( 15 secs with the larger 13/14 GT-500 pump). I never have the blower on more than 5-12 secs. Iat's are a non issue. Coolant is always circulating, even with key on, eng off position. The roush de-gas is simple, and effective, and adds that much more capacity, it gives you some more wiggle room. The 13/14 GT-500 got the tiny de-gas. The roush de-gas is a typ upgrade on 13/14 GT-500's.
     
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  13. groundpounder

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    Still available.
     
  14. Wendy

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    Im interested, not sure how to contact you though and im not on here alot..
     
  15. Wendy

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    If you can send me a PM???
     
  16. groundpounder

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    I tried, not allowed for some reason. Probably because you are a new member.
     
  17. Wendy

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    Interesting I have gotten pms before?
     
  18. texasvoodu

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    Interested in this PMed you
     
  19. groundpounder

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    No longer for sale.
     
  20. texasvoodu

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    I am still Looking for one !!