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post #1 of 8 Old 07-11-2006, 11:06 PM Thread Starter
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intercooler water spray kit

I was thinking about getting an intercooler water spray kit for my wrx and was wondering if it was worth buying. It can get pretty hot where I live and thought that this would help the performance out a little. As you all know, the performance dips when it gets hot out. Any thoughts?
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post #2 of 8 Old 07-12-2006, 01:03 AM
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yea i was wondering the same thing except i am planning to make mine, courtesy of IBAUCLA. thanks. i think i read somewhere that it is like having an air to water cooled system. i dont know for sure though.
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i live in south florida and the guy i bought my car from put it on and i do use it quite often on the hotter days and its not that expensive so i say go for it
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theres a write up on here to make one. its not that hard really.

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I wouldn't expect to get crazy gains from it, but it would definitely be nice to have at the track or during a long drive when your IC gets heat soaked.

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If you have a wagon you can ghetto- rig one with the rear wiper motor. I had that for a while. Then it seemed like a good idea to be able to see out of my rear window.

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Theres like a million way to make one. Just read some right ups on making one and then figure out the best way for you.

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Theres like a million way to make one. Just read some right ups on making one and then figure out the best way for you.
so true. I read a write-up of one on NASIOC... then went out and made one myself... then posted it on HERE. :P

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