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    Default PSI screw blower

    Need intercooler for PSI screw bolwer
    What is everyone running

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    I used a lee on mine, had to make some plates to seal it top and bottom, used some 1/8 aluminum. Superchiller or Blower shop, or Whipple would work fine also.
    I have plates I'm not using if you have a intercooler.

    Cleanest deal is the Whipple intake w core inside, plus it's 2" lower
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    I have looked at the whipple intercooler that they use on the quad rotor setup. It looks like that core would restrict the flow . Has anyone compare that style intercooler to the taller ones that are used on top of the intake manifold ? GD

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    Yes, I saw 1 lb difference top to bottom on the dyno, at around 18 lbs. Now this was the full size core, not the large MOAC one.
    Never dyno'd the superchiller to compare though

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    Do you have any pictures off the plates


    Quote Originally Posted by SHAWN DAVIS View Post
    I used a lee on mine, had to make some plates to seal it top and bottom, used some 1/8 aluminum. Superchiller or Blower shop, or Whipple would work fine also.
    I have plates I'm not using if you have a intercooler.

    Cleanest deal is the Whipple intake w core inside, plus it's 2" lower

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    Nope, they aren't anything special, cut to seal a couple small gaps around the cooler opening

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