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    Cryogenic Intake

    Anyone see or know about these ?
    Seems to be a safe solution for nitro. Just a real cold ball in the intake. Says it lowers air by 30% or 50 degrees.
    http://www.extremev6racing.com/cry02.html

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/CryO2...QQcmdZViewItem


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    Sounds like a good idea but...

    where you going to mount the tank, how long does the tank last, and how much does it cost to fill up, and where the hell do you fill it up?? I good Idea though man!!!!

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    WOW.

    no box or bottle, all balls and throttle

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    I cant get to ebay from work, what is the price?

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    $110.00...not too bad maybe someone with 110 bucks laying aorund should get this thing and test it out....hmmm

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    tryed it before and it dont work, trust me, what a waste of time

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    Thats funny. A new twist with CO2. Thats been around since the 60`s. There was a nozzle that sprayed the intake to freeze it. Now there is a ball in the center of the intake? Thats ignorant.

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    The FAQ on the manufacturererer's site says it only lasts for 4-5 psses down the drag strip.

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    I'M SURE JD1 is right!

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    I think it would be neat to maybe put air grill on it like an IC then have the co2 run through it and freeze it. Or have it inline with the water and maybe have colder water going throught the IC.

    It would be good just for like a grudge race.

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