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Old 14th November, 2005, 04:26 AM
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Originally Posted by surlyjoe
if you use enough antifreeze you can get around the galvanic corrosion, cars have been doing it for decades. you will pay a price in thermal absorbtion of the liquid though. Its a lot easier to just stay away from dissimilar metals if you can.

Volvo turbos have some sweet aluminum oil coolers
My brother has a Volvo S-80 Turbo. Where would one find said coolers? Just for a look yknow.
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