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Sep 21, 2:41pm - #46870 
N-tercooler

does anyone know about the nitrous express N-tercooler??

go to there site, its part #22000 or just go to the homepage ( www.nitrousexpress.com )

and click on the fast and furious tank

alright yes it says fast and furious on it but if i bought it would take that crap off

this stuff is supposed to give your ride 50hp without using nitrous

and yea i also know that it says its just for turboed and supercharged cars but, my question is why won't it work on a car (such as a celica) thats not turboed or supercharged

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Sep 21, 2:43pm - #46871 
I believe that is a device that sprays n2o on the intercooler which cools the air going in the throttle body. It is supposed to counter heat-soak.

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Sep 21, 2:44pm - #46872 
Originally Posted by Steven
I believe that is a device that sprays n2o on the intercooler which cools the air going in the throttle body. It is supposed to counter heat-soak.


n20 is nitrous right?? well this stuff doesnt use nitrous

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Sep 21, 3:29pm - #46873 
those intercooler spray kits use n2o or CO2 which is carbon dioxide.

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Sep 21, 3:35pm - #46874 
Originally Posted by Steven
those intercooler spray kits use n2o or CO2 which is carbon dioxide.


yea this one sprays co2

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Sep 21, 4:24pm - #46875 
I think it uses co2 because it is MUCH cheaper than n2o since you're just spraying it.


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Sep 21, 4:37pm - #46876 
Originally Posted by Steven
I think it uses co2 because it is MUCH cheaper than n2o since you're just spraying it.



so is there a way i can use it without turboing or s/c my car

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Sep 21, 4:40pm - #46877 
Ask yourself, "Do I have an intercooler used for turbochargers or superchargers?"

If you answer, "Yes," than you can use it.

If you answer, "No," then you can't use it.

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