- Oct 13, 2010
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Talked with Joe Kincaid today about the KC. Gonna work with him to put together a kit for Marauders...
All I am after is to be able to drive the car as it was intended to be in the hot summer months.in my experience, the KC isnt up to the hype.. dont get me wrong, it helps a BIT, but not as much as people hope... also, e85 fuel seems to make the motor run cooler, so you do see a slight benefit to the IAT's... again, just from my experience
I wouldnt waste your time or money.This is why I think a KC type system needs to be adapted to the CAI side and not to the IC. I figured out how to keep condensation out of the CAI track and even came up with a drip design using a one way check valve. I still have alot of work to do on it though
I guess I'm gonna be the first to invest in making it work
This is how great ideas are born, diffrent opinions.I wouldnt waste your time or money.
A: It would only work on the CAI side of a NA Marauder. Marginal gains if any would be noticed
B: If you are not cooling down the IC fluid on a SC car, why bother at all?
Lowering the 'ambient' air temp on a SC car will only go so far. The entire point of the KC is to eliminate heat soak, which would most definitely not be accomplished with the methid you are proposing.
Sorry for disagreeing, just my .02
Im not gonna stop you from trying, but dont come crying when your pockets are empty with no good results!This is how great ideas are born, diffrent opinions.
Not all Whipple/Eaton Swaps have to run a PS CAI. The guy that started this thread is and has always run a DS CAI without any issues.
I will continue my research and come up with a solution for this one day. Sometimes the answer to a problem is starring you right in the face
Dominick, stay the fuck out of this thread.Why even do any of this at all? Last week I never overheated during city driving. I had on my A/C too. Just keep the radiator clean. That's all you guys have to do!
100 degree temperature + 550 horsepower Marauder / clean radiator = working car