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Old 08-16-2013, 05:03 PM   #1
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I have a n/a 07 mustang gt and I was wondering if it would work on my car and if it would fit and increase horsepower? I need some help so any ideas.
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If your n/a you have no use for an intercooler.
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Old 08-16-2013, 05:59 PM   #3
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You dont even need one for low boost, so it would be pointless and a waste of money
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You dont even need one for low boost, so it would be pointless and a waste of money
Errr wrong a inner cooler is almost a must for boost it cools the air down witch in turn lets u run more boost with the same octane and no he doesn't need one for n/a that would be a huge waste of money
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Errr wrong a inner cooler is almost a must for boost it cools the air down witch in turn lets u run more boost with the same octane and no he doesn't need one for n/a that would be a huge waste of money
Why don't Vortech superchargers need an Aftercooler or an intercooler?

Vortech Engineering, LLC has conducted extensive testing of most intercoolers/aftercoolers currently on the market. Test results indicate that for street driven purposes below 8-9 PSIG, installing an aftercooler has marginal effects when using a Vortech supercharger (due to the high efficiency of the supercharger). Nearly all of the intercoolers/aftercoolers available on the market have poor effectiveness and actually can cause parasitic losses equal to or greater than the power gained by installing a intercooler/aftercooler. Vortech has developed systems which are substantially more effective at lowering discharge temperatures without causing driveability problems and pressure drops thru the cooling core and ducting.
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Why don't Vortech superchargers need an Aftercooler or an intercooler?

Vortech Engineering, LLC has conducted extensive testing of most intercoolers/aftercoolers currently on the market. Test results indicate that for street driven purposes below 8-9 PSIG, installing an aftercooler has marginal effects when using a Vortech supercharger (due to the high efficiency of the supercharger). Nearly all of the intercoolers/aftercoolers available on the market have poor effectiveness and actually can cause parasitic losses equal to or greater than the power gained by installing a intercooler/aftercooler. Vortech has developed systems which are substantially more effective at lowering discharge temperatures without causing driveability problems and pressure drops thru the cooling core and ducting.
True ..... Every one uses a short fat inner cooler for some reason and there not that great but a tall skinny inner cooler like the one on my 2.3t is alot more effective and hardly any pressure drop bc it has more surface area as for after coolers idk never used on but you will make more power with a innercooler you just have to turn the boost up to compensate for the psi drop
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Yes once you start turning up the boost they are a most have
On a side note I'm helping a buddy restore an 86 SVO
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Its best to run and intercooler but for low boost it can run safely without it
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Yes once you start turning up the boost they are a most have
On a side note I'm helping a buddy restore an 86 SVO
I wish I still had my old fox
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