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Just wondering if any of the other supercharged guys have heard of or possibly tried this product. In theory it sounds good, here is what NX says about it:



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For supercharged or turbo
applications where nitrous
is not an option, NX offers
another alternative. Tne
"N-tercooler". Using either
nitrous or CO2, this unit can
reduce air inlet temperatures
dramatically. In a recent dyno
test a turbocharged Honda
equipped with an NX
"N-tercooler", increased its
baseline by an astonishing 52
HP! If it makes horsepower
it must be Nitrous Express!

Let me know what your opinions are, I would be willing to be the guinea pig on this one maybe if they make a kit to fit the Bullitt.
 

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Wierd....I was having this discussion last night with some guys from work.

But we were talking about using Nitrous to cool the intake air from a kit that we ourselves would make....we didn't know that someone has already produced on of theses....wow.

I guess they were right about the extra HP.

I'm not gonna try it, You try it...Let's get Mikey...hey Mikey?

Seriously...it would be a closed looped system...should be safe enough.

John
 

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I have a question and a couple of theories about this subject. First, are the lines actually cold when in a regular Nitrous setup while under pressure? I thought that the cooling properties of Nitrous were only present when it goes from a pressured state to an atmospheric state. If this is true then that tube would have to be unpressure-ized to be most efficient which means that it would have to let the nitrous escape or introduce it back into the bottle. The second of which I think would be pretty difficult. In my opinion, the best way to cool this intake charge(not safest) would be to spray the intercooler or intake pipe with nitrous and let the air flow by it. I realize that one would be wasting an awful lot of nitrous this way but it is just a thought. Am I totally off here?
 

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I've seen that a few months ago, I think that it used in conjunction with an air to air intercooler. I could be wrong though. Might be worth a phone call.
 

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Could you use this kit even if you didnt have a supercharger?

Any cool air being put in the motor would increase horsepower, why would u need the supercharger?
 

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With a Densecharger the air going into your engine should already be pretty cool. Don't think you would gain much. Supercharged and Turbocharged car benefit from them because intercooling systems are installed between the S/C and the intake to cool the air that has been superheated by the compression of the air in the S/C, sometimes to well over 200 degrees.
 

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No, I didn't, forgot all about it to be honest since I decided to get the custom air/air cooler from Fasttrack Performance.
 
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