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Old 07-08-2012, 01:21 PM
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Liquid To Air _ Killer Chiller?

Hey Guys...

I actually signed up out of a single curious question..

Has anyone experimented with your liquid to air intercooler? I've read the coolant used in this is also used to cool the EGR and is regulated at a pretty high temperature..

The temperature of the intercooler coolant can have a huge affect on charge temps and power. For example, in my 03 Cobra, I'm using an icebox, which at the track / dyno, can be packed full of ice. The intercooler coolant then circulates through this creating a very low charge temp. However, this obviously is only beneficial for certain occasions.

A realistic option, however, might be something similar to a Cincaid Killer Chiller.

Killer Chiller the Active Intercooler solution for OEM* and after maket intercooler systems.

The killer chiller circulates intercooler coolant through Air Conditioner Freon cooled reservoir. The freon cools the coolant, and this legitimately works.

A buddy of mine has sent me photos of his intercooler coolant temp gauge showing sub-freezing temperatures before..

I would think that ideally you'd get rid of the EGR heated coolant, either by deleting this along with the EGR, or running a stand alone intercooler coolant system..

Just a thought..
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Old 07-08-2012, 11:19 PM
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If you look at the 6.7 coffee table book, you will see that there are actually three different coolant loops. The high temp (main system) for the engine and half of the egr, the low for the intercooler (and maybe something else), and the mid for everything else. The low and the mid are both parts of the secondary cooling system. The upper part of the secondary cooling system radiator is regulated at 140, and the lower part is at 113.
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Old 07-09-2012, 12:06 AM
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A friend of mine use to have this on his 03 f150 supercharged truck. He had nothing but problems with his ac. A chance I wouldn't want to take on new 50-60k truck.
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Correction, sorry. I went back and looked at it again and I didn't remember a few things right. The low temp system also cools the fuel cooler. The high temp system also cools the engine oil cooler.
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