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..