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Offline Familyman  
#1 Posted : 19 June 2017 17:40:37(UTC)
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Offline Georgeski  
#2 Posted : 19 June 2017 18:24:03(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Familyman Go to Quoted Post


If RSTuning are selling it, it should be good quality.
Offline Familyman  
#3 Posted : 19 June 2017 20:22:11(UTC)
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shame all the power graph is not visible.
Offline Penn  
#4 Posted : 19 June 2017 20:37:58(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Familyman Go to Quoted Post
shame all the power graph is not visible.


Just click zoom and it will show...

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Offline Womble  
#5 Posted : 19 June 2017 22:30:11(UTC)
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I have one on my car, then I am on my 4th intercooler, works really well, airtemps are a couple of degrees down on standard so runs about 4 deg above ambient. On a power run it cools very well and its recovery is very quick. My car runs 280 bhp on this intercooler.

Offline grumpy scot  
#6 Posted : 20 June 2017 11:29:30(UTC)
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How much for fitting? Also how much of a hike in insurance premiums?
Offline Familyman  
#7 Posted : 20 June 2017 20:57:29(UTC)
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womble do you think theres only really a gain in power when the standard cooler is struggling?
in other words with similar engine temps and similar intake temps would standard and aftermarket coolers make the same power?, or do you think the after market cooler will always make more power.

Can we take that graph on face value, does the new cooler always make 10 more bhp or was the standard test conducted with a very hot cooler which then makes the difference look much larger than it actually is, when compared to a cool engine on a cool day with a better cooler.

Ive just learnt to be cautious with power claims.!

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womble 280 bhp....have you changed turbo charger to make that power?

Edited by user 21 June 2017 05:42:45(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Offline Ojc  
#8 Posted : 24 June 2017 19:18:00(UTC)
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After a couple of laps of a track you can definitely feel the standard cooler struggling and the power dropping off, so this would be a good investment for any car that spends time on track
Offline shocker  
#9 Posted : 24 June 2017 21:16:20(UTC)
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iat on my 200t are ok for about 3 laps at about 20-30 c after that they climb to 50/60 c upwards and you can feel the drop off in 4 and 5 gears , the torque gets strangled right back from 3500 upwards and the car pulls loads of ignition timing out when getting up to those temps
Offline johnny#178  
#10 Posted : 25 June 2017 16:19:39(UTC)
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I did a hill climb with stock 200t and it lost a lot of power towards the top in the second run. Speeds were up till about 80 kph, hairpins in 1st gear.
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