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    Fizzle HE vs Fizzle XS intercooler

    I am trying to decide which way to go. Is there noticable difference between the two intercoolers?

    The description says that HE gains 50-100 RPM's compered to the XS but is ot worth it the extra $200?

    My setup is:

    06 RXP

    solas 14/19
    4" kanaflex
    08+ gutted waterbox and no J pipe
    cmd with wideband2
    et127 wheel
    filled holes on the ride plate
    Aquavain intake grade
    stock ECU with stock RPM's, stock head and valves

    if someone used both with similar setup let me know if there is real difference


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    HE is a heaps better cooler.

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    I have had both and the HE is far superior. 150 Solid RPM's. It is also smaller, so it fits much better IMO.

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    I know that HE is better but am I going to see the difference with my mods

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGunMan View Post
    I know that HE is better but am I going to see the difference with my mods
    You will see the gains. It's a better performing cooler than the XS no matter what level of mods you have. Most reports are 150-250 Rpm more with the HE. I put 50-100 in the ad to be very conservative.

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    That RPM's are over stock or over XS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGunMan View Post
    That RPM's are over stock or over XS?
    Over XS. Gains over stock 215 have been reported as 300-400.

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    I put in the HE this year with the 127 wheel. Pretty much same set up as you but have a Riva water box. It kicks ass!!!! I put a 15/20, which you will need is you do the cooler, and was all over the stock limiter. I have to pitch three time to get it where it should be. So, 300-400 rpms from stock is what I figure.

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    I heard that Riva Gen III IC is superior than Fizzle HE is that true?
    I have many friends that are using Gen III for turbo application as well.

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    Theres a couple threads out there with a handfull of ppl who found their gen 3s to have internal leaks after a couple of hours

    I've yet to see a complain from a fizzle he

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