Just tweak your Iat comp tables to have no impact on timing changes if your sure the charge is cooled off enough from the FMIC before the throttle body gets ahold of it or theres gonna be some knock goin on. If the Iat says 200 and really you are sucking 100 degree air per your intercooling method, then this is something you could consider. This works great when you can view pre and post air temps. I see 150 Iat stop and go traffic in Mississippi.......actual temp before throttle body is NEVER above ambient temp per the Dr525 Fmic im runnin. Really cold in the winter too, like 100 Iat and 45 actual charge temps.