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Old 11-18-2003, 08:01 PM   #1
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Cryogenic Air Intake Dyno Tested

For the full write-up see www.extremev6racing.com

It made ok power but there is room for improvement.

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What exactly does this do?
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it cools air going to the engine... dependin gon its application it may be able to replace an intercooler or help a smallish air/air one out some.

dan you have PM.
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Ah ok, that's about what I was figuring, just thought I'd learn something
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8rwhp? What a scam. :
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thats plenty more than a cold air induction kit, ignition, roller rockers, etc... this beats out many bolt-ons in the power department
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thats plenty more than a cold air induction kit, ignition, roller rockers, etc... this beats out many bolt-ons in the power department
True... but for almost what... 250+ for the whole kit?

Dan, any plans to try the Intercooler Cry O2 System? I would be interested to know those results as well.

Also, I would like to include your information in my CAI article, I was wondering if it would be alright to (with proper credits to your site and car) reference your information in my article?
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Also, I would like to include your information in my CAI article, I was wondering if it would be alright to (with proper credits to your site and car) reference your information in my article?
im confused as to what you wanna do.. email me (nitrostang@juno.com)
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Id like to see it on a n/a car, I can see why it helped a blown car so much, becasue the supercharger raises the intake temps so much. But what about a car without a supercharger, I wonder how much it can cool 60* air
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dan are you going to put this thing on your car?
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Id like to see it on a n/a car, I can see why it helped a blown car so much, becasue the supercharger raises the intake temps so much. But what about a car without a supercharger, I wonder how much it can cool 60* air
Exactly. It might make some okay gains on a blown car... But people aren't going to buy it if they need a $3500 blower to make the kit worthwhile. And the price on the kit goes up with every refill.. So. I don't think I'll be investing in one of those in the near future.
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CO2 is sooo cheap to fill though, filling that bottle would probly cost 10 bucks tops
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Dan is there any way you could test it on a near stock or atleast non blown v6 stang? Like before and after dynos, and that sort.

Also I was looking around for this kit trying to gain more info, and found it basicly will set you back 500$
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CO2 is sooo cheap to fill though, filling that bottle would probly cost 10 bucks tops
I can fill it for about 5 bucks

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thats why i said 10 bucks tops... i doubt anyone would charge that much and ya gotta love paintball... i sure do
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