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    Colder air

    is there anything more efficient than an ic to keep the air colder???


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    If it is race legal then advice me

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    What about the watercooled supercharger case??

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    I have heard of guys icing down there intercoolers for speed runs, not sure if it is race legal though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMONEY View Post
    What about the watercooled supercharger case??
    i m running a turbo which means hotter air

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    I thought about running a heat exchanger on the outside of the ski to cool the water down before it enters the intercooler. But since theres nowhere to mount on without it looking stupid or gay I realized it wasnt a great idea.

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