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Old 03-03-2013, 06:15 AM
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Water to air intercooler

Has anyone tried it? I mean cheaper, easy install, same results? I know the fear of a leak and coolant dumping in your motor but if u keep a good eye on your cooling system there shouldn't be to many problems. All the new trucks are coming with them. Any thoughts? And has anyone done it?
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Old 03-03-2013, 06:59 AM
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Water to air intercooler

IMO it's a lot of extra weight with the extra coolant and circulation pump for no reason when it's a lot simpler to use an air to air intercooler.


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Most of the aftermarket A/W systems use a dedicated water supply. They are great setups and are SUPER effective if you have the correct specs I/C size, water pump sixe, correct water flow through the I/C. But unless I was building some crazy all out monster, I will be more than happy with an air to air cooler.
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