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Old 08-08-2008, 05:01 PM   #1
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1999 impreza rs-t

Default Big IC ou not???

I have a Gready FMIC ( 9 1/2 X 27 X 2 1/2 inch=641cu/in) and I did 348WHP with it! My target was to have 450whp!But I thinking to change my small IC for a bigger IC!

Do you think my Gready Ic is enough to support 348whp and MORE??? Do you think a bigger IC, I can do more HP???

I did seek a Yonaka FMIC (12 X 26 X 4 inch=1248 cu/in) to replace my small Gready, do you think it will did a good job???

The question: Do you think I should go big or keep my actual IC???
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Old 08-09-2008, 06:21 AM   #2
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In general, a bigger intercooler will always give you more power. This is due to the temperature drop of the air from expansion (low pressure). When you're able to cool air molecules at a higher rate, you can pack more of them into the same amount of volume, thus increasing the amount of air your engine can get. Of course, this will up your fuel consumption. It's your call. =P
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