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    External coolant plumbing

    I have a SBC with Brodix 12x12 heads that use a lifter valley cover. Since there is no provision for water cross over thru the manifold, I was wondering how to plumb the coolant lines. The heads are tapped for coolant in each corner. Should I run a line across to each head or should I run a line front to rear on each head or do I need to fab up some sort of water manifold that would allow me to do both?

    Thanks, Terry C

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    Senior Member MASTER BUILDER
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    how thick is the lifter valley cover? you can drill and tap the cover for AN fittings and just run a steel braided line across. 6- or 8- should do. with this you can run whatever you want, side-side, front-back, both.


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