I have a Perkins 4.108 Low-Line out of the boat and ready for a rebuild. It has the header tank, exhaust manifold and heat exchanger on separate components. It also has a dual oil cooler attached via bracket to the starboard side of the engine block to cool off the engine and transmission oil.
So to save space I was thinking to convert to a 4.108 Bowman heat exchanger that combine the 3 components into one assy.
Is that a good idea? If you have done the conversion how did it go? Any issues refitting to the existing dual oil cooler?
It may sound great in cast iron, but take a look at what some swan guys were talking about for the AL version.
Hope this helps and Best of luck
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