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Old 01-15-2019, 09:07 AM
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Like mentioned above, it is recommended to run an intercooler if looking to get the most out of the setup at the same boost level. Cooler air is more dense, dense air = more power. Cooler air allows you to run more timing, which also = more power. A lot of traffic lights in the heat of summer will cause the blower to heat soak, not having anyway to help cool the air charge off, you will really be limited on power in those situations. Just keep an eye on your iat's and go from there. If you are reaching over 140 degrees, most tuners will start pulling timing in that range.

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Old 01-24-2019, 07:36 AM
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Going to use a air to air intercooler, thanks for the advice guys.
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Itís a after market intercooler that I used on my Grand National.
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