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What's the benefit and/or difference in doing this vs. just spraying at the TB on a s/c car?

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Spraying Nitrous accross the intercooler cools the air charge more and that can equal power but I doubt it's very cost effective. When racing an intercooler can become heat soaked while sitting around waiting for the next run so I'd gather a nice cool down shot would help some. The Icy shock might not be so good for the intercooler itself tho but that's for someone else to ponder.

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Jay,

Spraying across the intercooler helps bring the air inlet temperature down, thus creating more horsepower because you can run a more aggressive tune. Most classes don't allow 2 power adders, so they spray the intercooler instead of the motor.

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We just had a discussion about this over at the Modular Depot. It's currently got network problems again, but when it comes back online, I'll post a link to it.
 

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How about using just water or CO2?

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60rwhp? wow.
 

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The NX kit actually added 27 RWHP when I had the stock motor with the P1. Sprayed in 4th gear only. Might have made more if I would have sprayed through 4 gears, but with a 5 lb bottle, it doesnt leave much to work with.

 
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