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cs180320
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cs180320 Jun 29, 7:30am - #211684 
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NX Express N-Tercooler?

Hi

I just want to know is -n- tercooler from NX express safe for the celica? and does it actually add hp?


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silver Jun 29, 7:32am - #211685 
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Not if you don't have a giant intercooler that has heat soak problems. Which you don't.

So no.
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cs180320 Jun 29, 7:41am - #211686 
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But, it says on the description that it can be attached to a radiator and doesn't have to be on a intercooler
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silver Jun 29, 7:42am - #211687 
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It won't add HP. It might lower the coolant temp. wtf

In other words, don't buy it.
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XxMerlinxX Jun 29, 7:55am - #211688 
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What the -N- Tercooler does is spray nitrous onto a intercooler or I suppose a radiator. It's good for the intercooler because that sends super cool air to the Turbo to give it an extra horsepower kick. The radiator has nothing to do with the air Intake of the car, therefore it would not increase Performance what-so-ever. Don't buy it if you don't have a Turbo, waste of money.

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AZZKIKR Jun 29, 1:43pm - #211689 

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^^^^ what they said

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it is a little "not worth your money" "a waste" in other words, dont get it grin
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ravertony Jun 29, 4:50pm - #211691 
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at least wait till you have a Turbo, it might make a difference then confused
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Rave669 Jun 29, 10:08pm - #211692 

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Here's an idea...

Toss the Ntercooler, instead get a fogger nozzle. plumb it into your Intake, add a fuel solenoid, and all the hoses to connect that too.

instead of venting nitrous into the atmosphere to cool your radiator, shoot it down the Intake, that will make power.

Even if you did have a Turbo, I still wouldn't use nitrous in the N-tercooler, it's cheaper, and just as effective, to use CO2 to cool the intercooler instead, save the nitrous for spraying inside the motor (filling nitrous bottles isn't cheap!)

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imp Jun 29, 10:27pm - #211693 
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N-tercooler uses CO2, not N20

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