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Old 01-11-2005, 09:47 AM   #11
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the **** they come up with these days ILMAO
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The only gain I can see would be off idle but than it would putter out and prob hinder the incomeing air flow I just can't see that little fan keeping up !! it would prob work better not to hook it up to the intake but just point it at the SC TB. to keep it cooler.
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The only gain I can see would be off idle but than it would putter out and prob hinder the incomeing air flow I just can't see that little fan keeping up !! it would prob work better not to hook it up to the intake but just point it at the SC TB. to keep it cooler.
just a thought :o
can we say mini intercooler
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We've been through the calculations on the NA demand for air. The natural ingestion of air of a non-supercharged bonneville exceeds the capability in CFM of the electric SC. Maybe some 3-cylinder ricer might benefit, but it'* an intake restriction for most cars.

A simpler answer to the question would be to look around and see if anyone has used one
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