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Old 09-22-2004, 02:42 PM   #1
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N-tercooler?!?

as some of you may know i'm really looking into the Precision turbokit and was just wondering if anyones heard of -or have any info on nx' n-ter cooler system and if so share your knowledge please- thanx


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yeah, it's the safest way to spray an FI application. instead of adding air or fuel, it cools the air a lot. only slightly less effective is a CO2 spray. many people use that as an alternative because N2O is illegal on the streets, but the law doesn't say anything about CO2. at least that's how it is in md, and a few other states I'm sure
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kool so it works pretty good, about the c02 i've heard of it being done by some other company just dont remember who.
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When are you looking to get into that kit?
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well the precision hopefully by next week and n-ter cooler prob next month sometime
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do an internet search for CryO2, that's the kit I've heard most about as far as CO2 spray, gotten pretty good reviews. I'm not sure what kind of gains you can expect from spraying your intercooler, but I'd imagine they'd be fairly significant if they're pushing kits for it
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is it possible to spray a mist of co2 above the t/b to cool air charge since i dont have an i/c, ot is water/alcohol my bes bet?

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don't spray CO2 into you intake to cool it down. CO2=product of combustion - will not burn. all you'll do is make your engine stumble. get an intercooler, and crank up your boost
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