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Old 06-22-2004, 11:21 PM   #1
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I was thinking of getting a CryO2 setup on the Bonne today they make a 2.5 and 3 inch intake pipe that has a bulb in it that the C02 goes through to cool the intake charge I really hate to cut up my intake if im not really gonna gain anything but I think it should act like a on demand intercooler, and this sounds like it would work well in our supercharged applications. I wonder what kind of gains I could expect my reducing my intake charge 35%
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you should gain 35% more power.
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RIGHT!!!!! So it would be like a bolt on turbo!!!!!!
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it probally woln't be as effective because you'll be cooling the air before the supercharger, but don't get me wrong, it will be effective
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RIGHT!!!!! So it would be like a bolt on turbo!!!!!!
i SEE YOU CAUGHT THE JOKE
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I've seen a similar setup tested. Out of 3 attempts only the 1st worked and while it did seem to give more power (at a track) however it was never fully tested on a dyno due to technical difficulties.
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