If you’re lucky enough to be swapping a Hellcat into a vintage Mopar, you’ll find that plumbing the supercharger intercoolers to the air-to-water radiator can be quite a challenge. The thick factory intercooler manifolds just don’t bode well for custom applications, not to mention the unsightly rubber hoses used from the factory.
With several Hellcat swaps to their credit, the team at Schwartz Performance decided to resolve this issue with their new Low Profile Intercooler Manifolds. Schwartz designed a very shallow housing that can mount to either side of the engine and directs the coolant through a pair of -10 AN fittings. This design, which is over an inch leaner than the obtuse factory units, allows the intercooler hoses to be routed on either side of the engine so best suit your application. The Billet Manifolds retain outlets for the factory temp sensor and bleeder valve for original functionality.
The Billet Intercooler Manifold Kit is supplied with a left-hand and right-hand manifold, four -10 ORB AN adapters, an 1/8” NPT Allen plug, -10 to NPT adapter (for the temp sensor) and a -10 Allen plug. Schwartz also offers two optional -10 AN hoses to connect the manifolds together.
Add $45 for rear connecting hoses ($520)