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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-22-02, 12:05 AM Thread Starter
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eek Here you go Aussie Pete

Are we going to see one of these on your GT?
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No. There's no provision for intercooling which is a key issue for me.

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Aw c'mon Pete where's your sense of adventure.

Although the site states,
Because of their inherently high efficiency/cooler air charge temperature, Kenne Bell superchargers do not require the use of an intercooler.
It goes on to say,
However, for those who demand another 2-3 psi without the expense and complexity of an air to water intercooler, we now have an alternative - the Kenne Bell Way Cool™ Water/Alcohol Injection System.
That would have to be a bit of fun.

And with the almighty bonnet buldge on the Boss engines I reckon a custom air-to-water intercooler could easily be sandwiched between the charger and the manifold.

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Now why would one need an intercooler?
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LoL that thing is absurb. I wouldn't mind one to go on a 302W which is to go in an XP. 251 extra ponies wouldn't go astray Pete. I mean the GT ONLY has 290kW thats nothing mate. My mates cousins brothers boyfriends sister has a Excel with more horsepower then then GT Trying to fit that thing in the GT would be like trying to get gold from clay.

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I think a prototype one of them ran 10sec 1/4 in a street trim 2003 Cobra...

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