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gumbyguy27
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gumbyguy27 Jan 29, 4:57am - #386735 

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co2 put into your engine good or bad?

ive heard pros and cons to the idea of sending co2 into your engine through your Intake.
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celimangts17
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celimangts17 Jan 29, 5:26am - #386736 

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ok well heres the deal, if you put C02 into your Intake it will stall out the motor. now if you use like the Cry02 system that uses C02, but it doesnt put the actual C02 into the Intake, rather it sprays it into a little bulb that sits inside the Intake and the bulb cools the air down as it comes through the Intake. so there is no direct C02 being sprayed in the Intake. cold air makes the engine run a lot better, like when ur car runs better on cold mornings thumbsup

Laissez les bons temps rouler
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silverOOgts
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silverOOgts Jan 29, 3:37pm - #386737 

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does this kit make any noticeable difference in performance?

Where did my sig go? help me find it..........
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celicadragon
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celicadragon Jan 29, 3:53pm - #386738 

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ive heard that that n-tercooler co2 sprayer from nitrous express gave a turbo charged civic 50 hp

respect the gt-s
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gumbyguy27
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gumbyguy27 Feb 5, 1:15am - #386739 

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that makes a lot of sense. i didnt think co2 was good for an engine.
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