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    Default Procharger twin intercooler for BBC

    I wanted to know if anyone has run the procharger twin set up on their Boats for a supercharger or Turbo application.

    I have twin 76mm's on my 540BBC and am running a sheet metal intercooler mounted to the side of my engine that is not very efficient. I saw on Prochargers website that they offer this for a street car application so I called them and they said they have sold a few for people using them on boating applications.

    Any advise would be helpful.

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    Aaron

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    Here is a picture of the set up now...
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    Is this intercooler air to water or air to air.
    I have the AW504 which is the largest air to water they make.
    I would have to believe the air to water would be more efficient.

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    Air to Air

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    check out their air to water units, small and compact compared to air 2 air.
    plus your pumping cool lake water thru them which would bring you IAT's down.

    I have found the Procharger tech line knows very little about Marine applications.

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    Can you give me some info on the air to water...like where I could one from?

    Also what part of NM R U

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    sent you a private message

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    Default There's an AW504 in classified's for $850

    There's an AW504 in classified's for $850

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    Check Ebay for intercooler, also another key word is Treadstone.

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    You need an air to water bad man!!! I ran a precision turbo PT2000 on my last kit on my jet boat with a pair of S475'S (75mm wheels) with 16 psi on 92 pump gas!!

    Another awesome place is Robert at CHISELED PERFORMANCE!! His website is http://www.chiseledperformance.net/ he is usually 3 weeks out but well worth the wait and can build you any size and configuration you want/need!!

    As much as you have in your set up spend the money and buy a quality air to water from Robert or Precision!! It will make a night and day difference in your set up!!

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    is the exhaust water cooled in any way? what kind of under hatch temps are you seeing

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    Quote Originally Posted by 358ciHD View Post
    Can you give me some info on the air to water...like where I could one from?

    Also what part of NM R U
    Check out Bell Intercoolers. They are the only ones we found to hold up under real high boost(100+psi.) Maybe over kill for a gas motor, but they are super high quality. Call them and they will custom design one matched to your combo.

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