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Air to water has a lot better heat transfer but to run it on the street, you would need to install a seperate radiator to cool the water for the ic which is just a big pita for a street driven truck if it is making south of 500 hp IMO.
Plus, I don't think I would want to mount an air to water ic in the front of my truck because it would block all the incoming air that needs to go through the radiator. In that case, you would need tp find an alternate mounting location for that (I have no idea in an OSB) then install the ic radiator up front. Then run plumbing and pumps and maybe a reservoir, which would total up to quite a bit more time and money for what I think isnt reasonable gains.
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