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Cryogenic Intake System?

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by deth101, Jun 16, 2003.

  1. deth101

    deth101 Senior Member

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    has anybody seen or used one of these?made by DEI[design engineering inc.]
     
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    the concept seems like it makes sence
     
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    Looks like the NX intercooler kit.
     
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    the idea is a sound one, after my motor is finished I am thinking about getting one.
     
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    I like the idea also espically being able to add muptiple intake coolers but I was hoping to see some proven numbers so I could get a feel for cost effectivness,you gotta love the lack of legality issues though you could run these anywhere
     
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    it's like NO2 minuse the Nitrous and add the Carbon. It seems like it will work, I believe the rule is roughly for every 10 degrees down in temp you gain 1% power.



    Milan
     
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    11 degrees

    so if you're running a warm air intake you're probably taking in 150 degree air. if it decreases the charge by 35% than you'll be taking in a charge with a temprature of 97.5 degrees. a decrease of 52.5 degrees.
    if you're running a stock B16 putting down 140whp than it will be roughly an increase of:

    52.5 decrease in temp. = 4.7% increase of power
    4.7% increase in power = 6.68 more whp
    stock B16 running that system should now have 146.6 wheel hp.

    i sure hope my calculations were correct. if they are not, someone please post correct ones.
     
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