The Revolutionary Patented
Toy-Jet Cooling System
      Coolant radiator inside rear wing
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What a Concept!
Do you fear stop and go traffic because of your insufficient cooling system? If so, fear no more, The Toy-Jet cooling system
has arrived. It is the coolest system to date. Tired of standing on the sidelines as a spectator during
hot August Parades?
Now you can show off your "one of a kind" toy and participate in the Parades. Stop and Go traffic is this cooling systems
best freind. The Toy-Jet cooling system works un-conventional, the slower you drive the cooler it gets. Normal driving
speeds 60-80 mph yeilds normal engine temperature ranging from 180 degrees to 190 degrees depending on the engine size
and compression.
Read all about the conception of the Toy-Jet cooling system and what
sparked the creation of the
"World's First" LS1 Porsche 911\914
conversion kit. The article below was written by the local Galveston
Daily News
Galveston Daily News
Features Local Inventor

Need for speed the mother of invention

By Scott E. Williams
The Daily News

Published February 26, 2003

TEXAS CITY Clemon Prevost is an electronic technician during working hours. In his off time, he is an automobile buff.
These days he has a new title - inventor. The 47-year old Texas city man recently received a patent for a radiator cooling
system he created as part of a system that allows what he calls the world's most mightiest engine to power a Porsche. For years Prevost
said he had wanted to put a high-performance engine into his Porsche, which comes with a six cylinder engine.
"I could never do it, because those engines were so heavy, I'd have had to rebuild, the entire suspension, system,"he said.
Months ago, Prevost took a friend's 2000 Corvette for a drive, and said he could not believe the car's power and speed. I was getting
better than 100 miles an hour in third gear, hes said. My friend told me it was the new LS1 engine, the best engine Chevrolet had ever
made. The next weekend, I saw the engine at a swap meet in Houston, and I asked the guy what it was. He said, "That's the new
LS1,"and I said, "Oh , I've got to have it." Because of its aluminum casing, the LS1 is lighter by 75
pounds than his Porsche engine, and offers nearly three times the power, he said. When he called the, top conversion experts
in the United States, however, he was told there was no way the engine would fit in his Porsche. The guy from California said, "Look,
if I say it cant be done, it can't be done. "Thirty one days later, I rolled mine out of the garage, "Prevost said.
Looking at the incredulity his conversion process created in the automotive world made Prevost think he was on to something unique.
"I remember thinking, I must have the only one of these in the world." That's what gave me the idea to seek a patent," Prevost said.
Prevost took the idea to a Houston patent attorny, who told him the conversion did not rate a patent as a unique invention, but said the
radiator cooling system Prevost had created could qualify. Soon after, Prevost became the owner of a plaque from the U.S. Patent
Office. "Ive actually invented a few things in my work as an electronic technician, but those
all belong to the companies I worked for. "This was
one of the first time I ever did something that was for me," he said. The
system is self contained, and fits in and on the rear of the car, where  Porsche engines reside. It regulates temperature by
cooling the radiator once an internal thermostat reaches 180 F. The result is what Prevost called one of the fastest cars in the world,
one that could reach 230 miles per hour. "Im serious, With a million-dollar budget, I challenge you to buy a faster
car," he said. The car will not reach that speed too often. "No this one's not for racing," he said laughing." "This is my wife's
car to take to work."
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            The New and Improved    
Patented Rear Radiator Wing Design
This new wing is quite different. It is all "All fiberglass". The black part of the tail can be painted to looks like
rubber. The wing pictured is painted with a flat black rubber pigmentated paint. The reason for eliminating the
rubber is to make the wing much lighter.

The Toyjet High Performance Cooling System
relate to [automobiles having water cooled rear engines] and more particularly the V8 conversion done to the Porsche 911.

The front spoiler beneath the bumper of the automobile must be modified to install new body panels beneath
the bumper to provide an airway to cool the front-mounted radiator. To install the front-mounted radiator you
must cut out the trunk section of the vehicle, relocate the battery, and in some cases:
the gas tank must be
removed then cut in half  
to make room for the front-mounted radiator (this procedure makes it difficult to
restore the vehicle back to its factor condition if desired). Your safety is compromised by having to run
exposed water hoses beneath the vehicle from the front of the vehicle to the rear of the vehicle to provide
coolant from the radiator to the engine.


The front of the automobile does not have to be modified. Under no circumstances does the battery have to be
relocated, nor the gas tank removed and cut in half to make room for  a front mounted radiator. Water hoses
have to be run from the front of the automobile to the rear in order to provide coolant from the radiator to
the engine. The single most advantageous benefit of the ToyJet cooling system is the fact that if a radiator hose
were to accidentally burst (while doing your 180 mph +) it would burst behind the rear wheels (since the
radiator is rear mounted and all hoses are past the back wheels) lessening the danger of you going out of
control because of slippery antifreeze on your rear wheels.

The Toyjet High Performance Cooling System :

The radiator is mounted at the rear of the automobile affixed to the rear Deck Lid. There is an inlet and
outlet conduit (such as a water hose), in order to transfer cooled engine coolant from the radiator to the
engine. There are two 2.5 inche holes which must be drilled into the rear decklid to run the coolant hoses
from the radiator to the engine. There is an electrically operated fan disposed adjacent the radiator for
moving air through the radiator. There is an electrically operated water pump for moving coolant through
the system. Accordingly, the radiator system can be virtually concealed. It is recommended to mount the
Toy-Jet cooling system to a spare decklid to allow you to store your original decklid in a safe place to enable
you to re-store your vehicle to its original state if desired.

Why settle for less when you can have the best!
Toy-Jet high Performance Cooling System
Patent Number 6505696
No more stressing about the labor involved in cutting  your gas tank, cutting the front of you vehicle, re-locating your
battery and installing a front spoiler. No more stressing over running hose from the front to the back of your vehicle
and risking hose failures and getting water on your rear tires while driving.

"No More heat at the front of the car getting into the passenger compartment"


New Radiator Wing Improvements

The new and improved wing remains all fiberglass (wing and deck-lid all in one) and it is constructed lighter
than its predecessor for less rear-end weight.

The wing is 3 inches
The added length moves the radiator farther towards the rear of the wing so hot radiator air is not allowed to blow on top
of the engine. There is also more room as a result of this extra length to install the rear factory AC condenser.

The wing is 3 inches
taller at the rear.
This added height positions the radiator to a more level position to for better air purging of the system.
This added height also moves the radiator farther away from the deck-lid latch area for better radiator to fan airflow.
The fan is now almost completely concealed. The added height lastly created more space between the engine and the AC
condenser to allow two 7-inch fans to be affixed to the condenser to enhance better AC cooling.