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Old 01-09-2012, 08:48 PM   #36
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Oh don't get me wrong, I really think its awesome and very innovative for sure. Definitely not dogging those who do their own builds, I give a lot of props for that. I was basically trying to say that I still want the car to drive with manners and be a solid build that's not "rigged" or anything. I meant no disrespect, I just would be disappointed with myself if I rushed into something that turned into a nightmare and ended up costing a bunch of unnecessary extra dollars.
It was actually the kenne bell 2.1 that sparked my interest in having a positive displacement blower on my fox. But as we all know that damn thing is ridiculously pricey.
Hey Joey, is there any way you are able to implement a heat exchanger in your setup? That would be sweet and I think much better than running methanol injection to cool intake temps. I really only wanna run around 8psi of boost anyways, would that boost level need some sort of intercooling?
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Hey Joey, is there any way you are able to implement a heat exchanger in your setup? That would be sweet and I think much better than running methanol injection to cool intake temps. I really only wanna run around 8psi of boost anyways, would that boost level need some sort of intercooling?
I have before, for a few guys that wanted to try it out. It works decently but not as good as the stock Cobra heat exchanger.
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So would it even be worth doing the heat exchanger then? I mean is 6-8 psi enough to really need an intercooler? Thanks.
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So would it even be worth doing the heat exchanger then? I mean is 6-8 psi enough to really need an intercooler? Thanks.
Not really.
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Ever fabbed one up for a BBK lower intake?
No, not yet.
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Right now I have a stock lower intake how much difference would the output be with a aftermarket intake such as holly systemax lower or trickflow lower. With your kit
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Right now I have a stock lower intake how much difference would the output be with a aftermarket intake such as holly systemax lower or trickflow lower. With your kit
I know there would be an improvement but not sure of how much.
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Would your setup work on a 351w in a fox.
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